Botanika Residential | Dcode Design | Hyderabad
The design space is spread around 4000 Sq. Ft including a formal drawing, Living Lounge, Dining and 4 bedrooms in one of the prime locations of Hyderabad. The process of design started with a brief of using existing heritage pieces in sync with a neutral color palate. A few color pops and prints were added to bring some visual drama in the entire space.
The whole space revolves around neutrals of champagne, wood, brass and natural materials. Blue being every ones favourite was used in many ways to add the colour pop in each room.
Our favourite will always be the Buddha that sits in the centre of the house and is a beautiful visual from the entrance and from almost every single door in the entire house. The Organic wallpaper as a backdrop to the statue brings us closer to the character and purpose of the space.
Living and dining area open extensively to each other and the whole scheme revolved around greys and natural materials like marble and wood with gold still continuing in the little details. The chandelier above the dining was a perfect fusion piece and our showstopper.
The Drawing and Master bedroom was made glamorous with key elements of brass and wood. Both the areas had an accent piece in form of furniture to tone down the naturalness of the space.
The brief for the son’s bedroom was plain deep Black; we revolved the whole space story predominantly around neutrals of black and greys. The huge linen bed was our base to design the backdrop and other elements in the room.
Daughter’s bedroom was crafted in a tropical way to support the blue bold bed in the room. A pinch of gold as side tables, a patch of wall panelling and antique handles made a perfect fusion and age appropriate.
Above all the, an apartment enriched with a fusion of heritage and modernity is a perfect place to be called a “beautiful home”
Project Name : Botanika Residential
Design Firm : Dcode Design
Principal Architects / Designers : Neha Sathaye
Project Area : 4000 Sq. Ft.
Project Location : Hyderabad
Photography Credits : Rithika Jain