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Mr Prashant Shetty - Sarajapur Road 3BHK Flat Interiors [Final Update]

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3BHK Interior designing in Bangalore done at sarjapur road.

The specialty of the home interiors in this open flat is we have divided the space with simple partitions in order to highlight each room in its own unique way.

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Foyer Area:
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Foyer occupied the left side of the entrance, where we designed a series of shoe storage cabinets along with seating zone provided in an L-shape. To follow the same design shape, part of the wall was cladded with brown shaded stone. On either edge of the stone cladding, we used a strip of mirror at the bottom and wooden wall panel at the top with the spot lights provided, which highlights the stone cladding.

To uplift the look of this cute space, U shaped false ceiling was designed with 3 spot lights and a nice chandelier.

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Living interior design ideas
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This space is a combination of dining room and the living. The living room was divided into 2 themes where one end of the wall is designed with same strip of stone cladding we used in Foyer interiors.

A modular TV unit in the living interiors is the other end of the living wall, where we used only 2 contrast colors of brown shades to design this modular TV unit.
False ceiling in living room hold a rectangle, rafter-featured design studded with spotlights that synchronizes with the partition design concept.

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Dining room interiors
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Dining interiors give you the feel of a designer touch; where we gave importance for lighting and the storage aspect. On the false ceiling you would notice parallel wooden rafters. The other end of the dining we designed an end-to-end crockery unit.

We designed the crockery unit with 2 same colors we used in the living; wherein we designed a set of drawers along with bottom cabinets. Simple niches studded with spotlights were designed on the top to place some beautiful crafts.

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Modular Kitchen Interiors
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This entire parallel modular kitchen is beautified with 2 contrasting color laminates; white and Shangri la. On either side of the chimney, we proposed equal lengths of frosted glass cabinets with hydraulic mechanism.

To the opposite side of the hop, we gave 4 equal sized tandem boxes sided with utility space. Because of space constraint and there is a lot more for the tenants to store we provided lofts on both sides of this kitchen.

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Master Bedroom designs
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A narrow passage that occupied the Pooja unit gives way to the master bedroom. A king sized bed and 2 slider wardrobe occupied the entire space in a neat way, providing enough space to move around. Slider wardrobe was designed with a sum of high gloss and semi matte finish laminates of contrasting colors to follow the color palate throughout.

King size cot headboard gives an illusion of a niche because of the cove lighting effect we provided for this rectangle structure. False ceiling design in the master bedroom is just a reflection of the G shaped wardrobe pattern.

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Guest Bedroom
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Simple study unit along with top cabinets smoothly occupied one of the corners of guest bedroom. Keeping the size aspect as a notable point, we designed an inbuilt dresser in the wardrobe itself by fixing a huge length mirror on one of the openable doors.

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Parent’s Bedroom
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Here again in parent’s bedroom, we designed 4 door openable wardrobe dressed with 2 colored contrasting laminates. And we used the same colors for study unit which has a study cabinet along with 3 pigeon holes to store their stationeries.

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