The DLF Park Place in Gurgaon is a large condominium complex in Sector 54. Rajiv and Neeru were our Clients who had recently purchased this spacious apartment. The apartment has a lot of ventilation, windows and good views. Rajiv and Neeru were very well traveled, have corporate jobs, a very fine taste for good living and were previously living in Old Gurgaon. We had a lot of good time discussion various design facets with them and co-creating this final Interior Design and actually construction the interior as well. The theme we chose was a mix of Minimalistic as well as Nordic. One of the most important decisions was to go for a wooden flooring, considering a lot of apprehensions customers have on its longevity. Going with a solid wooden flooring company like Pergo, which offered long guarantees, helped making this decision lot easier. We gave a lot of hidden and ambient lighting in this apartment, the furniture was manufactured through us, and most of the Decor items were purchased from Delhi and Gurgaon and previously bought by Neeru. Nice Apartment, Nice People, and finally a Nice Design too!
1. Living Room Works
A house should be warm and welcoming and this living room checks all these points perfectly. The muted, neutral shades of beiges and browns have been paired up beautifully here as they go perfectly with the wooden flooring as well. The sofas have been given a comfortable and cozy look to live up to that amiable vibe. You can read more about Living Rooms Designs in our recently published Article in our Magazine.
You can read more about Living Rooms Designs in our recently published Article in our Magazine.
This luxurious living room design, with its plush wooden flooring and subtle sofas has such a warm and comfortable vibe to it! The big windows with ample sunlight filtering in and the spot lights fill the space up with the perfect sort of ambient lighting required to give it an amiable character.
2. Dining Room Works
The subtle hues of the various wooden textures on the dining table are so rustic yet so modern!
The apartments in DLF Park Place Gurgaon are large and have a lot of window space with nice views. The Window area was left vacant to give the feeling of ample space and the Dining Area was demarcated with a False Ceiling. The chairs chosen were of Nordic Style with slanting legs and a long wooden bench on one side. The primitive bench design is back and beautifully ties up an otherwise simple dining area together. The look was kept minimalistic and was completed with a wall painting and a few Floor lamps. The abstract painting on the uncomplicated white walls is like a whiff of fresh air in this otherwise muted room.
Our writers from the editorial desk have covered much more on wall designs in our in house Magazine.
3. Bathroom Works
A Backlit mirror on the wall, beige color tiles, strikingly wooden vanity cupboard and a table top washbasin completed the look of this modern bathroom.
You can read more about our Bathroom Designs in our in-house Magazine
4. Walk in Wardrobe Works
The Walk in Wardrobe for this Gurgaon Apartment was mostly made out of wooden veneer with a bit of solids. High on functionality and style, the lighting was further enhances through a set of track lights given in the ceiling.
The functional and efficient walk in wardrobe is a true testament of modernity. The under play of the stone basin with the wooden veneer is so subtle yet glorious. The spacious wardrobe leaves no reason for complaint with its perfect lighting and accommodating structure. The mix of wooden veneer of the wardrobes with the solid colors in the vanity cupboard – all the elements came together in the right way. The clients loved the way the wardrobe finally came around.
5. Balcony Works
The Client wanted the Balcony to have a minimal design. The Balcony was given a Matte Gris Tile of Simpolo, with Potted Plants. We came across a beautiful Stone Pot in Jaipur which had a nice intricate relief work which was chosen for the balcony. The windows of course were from floor to ceiling with a black UPVC encasing. The small bench with a ensconced upholstery completed the final look of this space.
6. Console Works
When rustic meets modern, the byproduct is this rustic yet modern console table! The painting blends in magnificently with the table to provide an alluring atmosphere to the corridor.
Interacting with Rajiv and Neeru and co-creating the design together was fun and a memorable experience. If you need a design makeover or ideas to refresh your home do fill up the contact form or give us a call at 011-41015959 or drop in a query at www.marksdzyn.com