Hyderabad once the city of Nizams, palaces and forts now houses an urban populace of IT professionals and upscale localities. Here is the low down on interior design trends for 2020 in Hyderabad.
Embraced in the arms of rich history, flocked with people and bustling markets, the city of Nizams – Hyderabad is reminiscent of India’s ancient past. One can get lost in the streets of this city packed with its chai joints and Attar merchants and not to forget infamous biryani and haleem eateries. Here you will experience a swarming urban cocktail of colours, traditions and commerce. Toppling over this pearl city is some of the most impressive architecture.
Hi-Tech City, or ‘Cyberabad’, and other upscale residential-cum-commercial areas like Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills shimmer with finest malls, pubs and eateries. Amidst all the modern glitz and glam, the interiors of Hyderabadi homes still crush over or let’s say fall in love with traditional designs each passing day. Large apartments decorated with antique accents, understated modern elements, decked up balconies and pooja units to keep modern homeowners fastened to their roots.
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Let’s explore the interior design trends for 2020 that will impress the Hyderabadi in you!
Traditional Style Living Room With A Modern Twist!
As mentioned above, Hyderabadis love traditionally styled interiors but with a modern twist. It’s the minute details that create magic. Step into any home in this city and you will be welcomed with antique accents, wooden furniture vibrant colours and some drama! The city is a melting pot of big families as well as young techie couples buying and designing their dream houses. This blending of two generations has given birth to a style that’s an elegant balance of traditional and modern interiors. See this image that beautifully tells you what a typical living room in Hyderabad looks like. We see a centre table, a sideboard made out of wood balanced by a massive back panel in marble, a false ceiling with cove lighting that binds this space together.
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A Bedroom Where Comfort Meets Royalty!
A subtle yet upscale, elegant bedroom but one that is not flashy, Hyderabadis wish to sleep like the Nizams but not without the comforts of modern times in their master bedrooms. Sleek designs with sophisticated accents and decor is the blueprint of an ideal master bedroom that you will find in the city of young millionaires.
A rich false ceiling design with recessed lights, copper inlays, wood flooring, mirrors and glass play together adding a touch of royalty to this bedroom. Look closely, this bedroom will not make your eyes clinch but make your jaws drop in awe!
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A Kitchen So Perfect, Just Like Hyderabadi Biryani!
Spacious kitchens designed with modern functionalities for all chefs in the family is what we are talking about! Also, Hyderabadis give utmost importance to Vastu when it comes to designing a home and a kitchen is certainly not left out when it comes to abiding with the principles of this science. This means water and fire elements must not face each other as they are opposing in nature. Notice how the ho unit and sink are perpendicular to each other? Yes, this is the secret ingredient to a happy, harmonious home!
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Get Over With Necklace Road And Check This Balcony Design Out!
Talk about living with the perfect view! Hyderabadis love the idea of decking up their balconies just like their living rooms. Comfortable settee options, vibrant upholstery, smart storage hacks are like the teaser to the movie called – It all started with a perfect balcony! Here is where millennials and the hardworking IT crowd will spend their evenings with friends and family.
Don’t Worry! We Haven’t Forgotten The Pooja Unit!
A pooja unit is a must have element in the interior design of any home Hyderabad! It exhibits the belief of Hindu families that no matter how progressive and modern their lives are, they still follow their traditions to the core. A typical pooja unit in a Hyderabadi home is simple, made from wood, marble (as a backsplash or countertop) with just the right amount of lighting on the idol. Doors with brass hanging bells, jaalis (latticed screens), and intricate detailing is commonplace in these homes.
So did we please the Hyderabadi in you? Let us know what you would like in your dream home in the comments section below. We’re open for orders, do visit our experience centre at The Platina in Hyderabad and get yourself a fantastic home now!