The space plays with geometries, patterns and motifs. The wooden surfaces are polished with WoodTech PU Emporio for a deep luxurious brown. The master bedroom is designed to the theme of playing cards, its most arresting feature – the artwork of King of Spades against black Italian marble.
The living room is washed in shades of grey. Its interior wall finishes are bare, with minimal furniture and accessories. The furniture and floor patterns deploy geometric forms to adhere to the minimalist scheme of the living room.
The geometries are in full play with a corrugated feature wall in tandem with the television console. The wooden beam compliments the white and grey composition accentuated with the ceiling lights.
The grey textured wall created using Asian Paints Royale Play Teodorico becomes the focal point of the room and the mirrored wardrobe shutters do a splendid job of doubling the space. Orange and teal hanging lights charmingly liven up the space.
The master bedroom is themed on playing cards – specifically the ‘spade’. Used as an accessory throughout the room, the pattern is also repeated on the curtains. The spade livens up the bedroom that is dressed in shades of grey and gold.
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