Vishwakarma Niwas | SCA Design Studio | Vadodara
In October 2021, the Er, couple-client Mr. Maulik Patel & Mrs. Binal Patel came to us in search of an interior designer for their property in Saptak Rosette in Bhayli, Vadodara. The design of apartment is in such a way that it receives enough natural light. The house has a floor area of 2550 square feet and has three bedrooms, one home theatre room, a kitchen, a living room, and a dining room for a family of four, including parents and a couple.
The arrangements in this project are stunning; SCA Design Studio always include family memories and work harmoniously with colour, texture, and form. The client requested a low-maintenance, plush, and luxurious home without using noisy materials. Thus, the main concept was to provide the client with minimal designs, earthy tones, calming colours, clean lines, and light play. – Said By The Principal Designer
The client’s preference and belief in the supreme spiritual force inspired the project’s name, “Vishwakarma niwas.” The design of this project is based on the same concept: Adding a feature wall panelled in wood with PU glossy shade and brass rods for safety to improve the aesthetic appeal of the foyer. While the foyer is well décor with wooden panelling, it creatively runs from ceiling to wall, which complements furniture designs and furnishings. Modern globe pendent light and lord buddha adds charm to the décor.
The open planning approach was used to offer the impression of space. Without any walls or obstructing dividers, the living area, dining area, and kitchen are all free-flowing spaces that connect seamlessly from the entrance. The walls are off-white coloured and give the sense of a larger space. However, the cyan sofas break the monotony and brighten up space. While a wooden center table with a modern rug and light cream couch compliments the living room décor. The TV unit is well designed with a marble cladded backdrop, whereas brown furniture and light fixtures accentuate the theme of the interior.
The dining space is decorated with natural materials, including a six-seat dining table constructed of a Valsadi teak timber log and six loose chairs that have a raw yet modern feel. The brick wall behind the dining table was created with client’s preferences in mind and is enhanced with a backlit skull frame for an exceptional look. A geometric partition in golden metal with a wooden touch gives dining its own space. A beautifully crafted wooden ceiling and modern chandelier add a luxe factor.
The kitchen was specifically designed in neutral AGL quartz from the ground up with civil modifications, hiding all the services. A lovely covered storage area with 2mm acrylic laminates is located in the kitchen. This C-shaped kitchen consists of a backsplash blended seamlessly with the white-grey textured tiles. Along with white upper cabinets which are highlighted with striped light, it gives an elegant look. On one side of the kitchen wall is a mini puja area, which has a unique design with an intertwined simplicity and sophistication. With spiritual shlokas on a backlit acrylic plate and a twin step puja ledge for the idols, the puja unit in the kitchen area is exquisitely decorated.
A dynamic feature wall is intended to hold little art pieces, showpieces, and practical planter pots in a passageway with tiny hexagonal holes highlighted with warm lights. An elegant ceiling design with light fixtures accentuates the theme décor of the house.
The master bedroom, which carries on the modern theme, is straightforward yet opulent, with sharp and clear lines in the oak flooring and a soft material palette of veneer and PU. A bed-back panel with brass contours and PU gloss provides a stylish appearance. A modern wardrobe design with curved handles and a dressing unit with adequate storage is positioned next to the closet and is highlighted with brass elements. The TV unit is organised into MS parts that roll through the panel’s corners. An elegant ceiling design with a golden touch adds charm to the room furnishings.
Based on wood and grey, the design of the parents’ bedroom, which features a high sitting bed and a softly padded grey velvet headboard over a textured bed back wall, is based on their comfort. It is a simple serene space that does not see loud design flourishes, with a rustic palette wardrobe. Designers were carefully include minimal handles and knobs to make the furniture functional and livable. Wooden is used as a base material for the bed backdrop with beautiful light fixtures on both the side tables. While an elegant ceiling design accentuates the interior décor of the bedroom.
The kid’s bedroom is a fun, pastel-themed space for children. The headboard of the bed is backlit, and the back wall is white. A play nook underneath the wardrobe and a dressing unit on one side are both built for child-friendly access and efficient use of space. Simple edge-to-edge gluing of white and pink laminates on the wardrobe provides the children’s room a whimsical yet mature appearance while keeping it modern and timeless. With a profile light on the bottom of the overhead cabinets, the study unit is built with both overhead and beneath storage for books and toys.
FAMILY LOUNGE AREA
Now comes the most entertaining part of this whole space, which is its family lounge area. There is a blue sofa and a modern grey chair for people to sit and relax to enjoy with their family and friends. A beautiful modern umbrella wall on a textured grey wall adds charm to the décor. While on TV unit wall grey palette textured wall with black touch accentuates the brown furniture. The designer has also attached a Mini bar smartly next to it which is to make the place suitable for small parties too.
The balcony is where the family can be seen doing a lot of things, having a cup of tea, reading newspapers, preparing for meals. The wooden ceiling design, coupled with an artificial lawn on the wall and comfortable outdoor seating make the balcony a perfect lounging spot. While colourful hanging planters make it more beautiful with antique black chairs.
SCA Design Studio used the soft grey tones throughout the house, albeit each room has a separate colour scheme that is unique to itself, is what ties the spaces together in a pleasing way.
Interior Lover’s Team views on the project
A Vadodara-based design firm, SCA Design Studio, fashioned the interiors of this 2550 -square-foot apartment which is located in Bhayli, Vadodara. The theme of the house is neat, functional, easy-to-maintain and aesthetically-pleasing. The designer went for a modern and contemporary concept along with minimalist furniture, elegant ceilings, soft and ambient lighting. A neutral colour scheme has been followed in the décor along with grey shades and tints of various beautiful and fresh colours. Blue shades are splashed here and there along with furnishings and curtains, an abundant display of contemporary artwork. The interior overall explores the idea of wood as a base material with complementary materials such as brass, fabric, wall texture – pigments, etc to enhance the patterns that reflect the family’s cultural beliefs. Each furniture element is selected and designed by the studio, consists of the dressing table, study table, and sleek minimal TV unit, grey textured walls lend a luxe factor to the bedrooms. The attached bathroom is minimal in design, using unique tiles with a countertop basin.
About SCA Design Studio
“SCA Design Studio”, established in the year 2009, offers Architectural Services in Vadodara, Gujarat. The services offered by us include Architectural Service, Interior Designing Service & Turnkey Projects. Their services are widely appreciated for creativity, accurate planning, and timely execution and cost effectiveness. Firm are supported by their creative team of young interior designers which carry out their services for commercial, civil, residential and corporate projects. Right from conceptualization, designing to complete execution, their professionals accomplish the given task with the utmost perfection.