We design objects and spaces

July 2014
Skills Needed:PROJECT MANAGEMENT, INTERIOR DESIGN, PROPERTY PLAN, MATERIALS PRESENTATION, FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS, PURCHASING, INSTALLATION.

Continuing our tradition to build amazing interiors, City Interiors completed a Bungalow project at Taloja, Navi Mumbai in July 2014. From early one we decided that the entire house would have pastel colors to present an open and vibrant persona. Starting with the hall, we opted for bright green open glass cabinets on the top to display showpieces and closed door cabinets at the bottom for storing the required essentials. We chose golden yellow curtains that not only matched the background, but also stood out amongst the overall ambience. The floor tiles were selected to be white so that when you enter the hall, it looks majestic and inspires awe. And finally, we highlighted the ceiling with 4 modern fluorescent lights, with an option to add an additional chandelier.
While we added creative touches to the hall, the kitchen was our main highlight. We opted for a design that held a right mix of modern and contemporary design. For the cabinets we opted for a bright red and white design to make it look very attractive. The windows were decided to be a soft brown color and sliding doors were installed to make sure the entire room got optimum ventilation. For the tiles we opted for 3 different designs to make it look vibrant. The designs included a flower pattern, stripe pattern and a checks pattern. The colors provided a great contrast to each other and make the entire kitchen look more energetic.

While we added creative touches to the hall, the kitchen was our main highlight. We opted for a design that held a right mix of modern and contemporary design. For the cabinets we opted for a bright red and white design to make it look very attractive. The windows were decided to be a soft brown color and sliding doors were installed to make sure the entire room got optimum ventilation. For the tiles we opted for 3 different designs to make it look vibrant. The designs included a flower pattern, stripe pattern and a checks pattern. The colors provided a great contrast to each other and make the entire kitchen look more energetic.

Coming to the bedroom we decided to go for a sober look with a light hint of luxury at the headboard. The colors used make it look great for a couple who would love to unwind after a long day at the office or doing other work outside. The cupboards match the wall paint, making them seamlessly blend into each other.

City Interiors is committed to provide you with designs that not only make you go ‘wow’, but are functional in every aspect. Check out our other projects about how we’ve delighted our customers with exuberant and eye-catching interior designs.