Latest Residential Interior Designs

Mostly people go to shops and showrooms for inspiration before setting off to buy their furniture and accessories. The reason for this may be to go and look for the size of the rooms, height of walls, orientation, etc.

Its common that after spending a lot of money and doing a huge efforts for an interior scheme, the end result is still not fulfilling. Its not necessary to cost one’s a fortune to live in a well designed, comfortable and beautiful space. All one has to do is to take a closer look at one’s own needs, likes and dislikes.

Bedroom Contemporary

Contemporary post-modern design with Wenge veneer paneling.

Post- Modern Bedroom

Post-modern design with fabric back- paneling.

Bedroom Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau style bedroom with silk back paneling over etched glass.

Minimalist- Modern Bedroom

Contemporary minimalist style bedroom with mirror back- paneling and self motif wallpaper

Contemporary Bedroom

Soft fell contemporary bedroom with concealed LED lighting systems and silk back paneling.

Post Modern Living Room

Post modernist style living room with etched glass paneling on walls.

Ethnic Indian Living Room

Rajasthani low height sitting- living room with area rug and rustic Indian feel.

Living Room Post Modern

Post modern style living room with etched glass paneling and self motif wall paper.

Post Modernized Living Room 

Post modernized style living room with etched glass paneling and self motif wallpaper treatment on walls and veneer.

Living Room Minimalist Nouveau

A homogeneous mix of minimalist and art nouveau style with decorative large motif nouveau wallpaper.

Living Room Post Modern Nouveau

A conglomeration of modern and art nouveau styles.

Modern Dinning Room

Modern stlye dinning room with hardwood trellis work in organic pattern/ motif with minimalist furniture.

Nouveau- Minimalist Dining Room

A homogenous amalgamation of nouveau and minimalist styles using contrasting self patterned and dark shaded wallpapers, with metal framed and hardwood firniture.

Classical Living Room

In this image we have used to show you the classical living room not many neo- modern elements have been used except for the contrasting yellow colored niche made on the left side wall. Classical self motif wall papers has been used on the central wall to generate a soothing back ground. Furniture has been kept as neo- classical modern.

Modern Living Room

A modern style living room using minimalistic design. Colors have been kept as pastel shades of white and fawn as seen on the walls and floor. Contrasting colors have been used in the curtains and the central hardwood panel.



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