“Elyisum” is a perfect attempt by our interior designers in designing the space minimally with calm colours and making the space look more efficient. Every element of the house was designed in detail with perfect combination of hues and minute details.
The entrance of the house was simply designed with a neutral name plate while the main door handle was designed in details portraying natural scenery that made it look more beautiful.
On entering the house the living area seems soothing with every calm colour that makes a pleasant appearance. A corner of the space was cladded with a green stone which was beautifully enhanced with a floor lamp that made the ambience of the space seem more glorious. The rest of the wall behind the sofa had minutely detailed wall arts made by our artist being in neutral tones with a fine texture that made the wall look artistic. The TV wall too was designed with a minimal and decent design. The ceiling of this space too had curves to blend with the overall theme of the space. The nested centre tables here having a stone finish top made it seem as an interesting element of the space.
While meandering through the living area we halt by the dining as well as kitchen space which continues the colour palette of the living area. The kitchen was designed keeping in mind the client’s requirements while open metal shelves was designed besides the chimney with glass shelves that made it look quite pleasant.
The dining area was eye catching as the patterns designed on the wall continued to the ceiling and again continued on the opposite wall by the console. Intricate patterns were designed here which had different hues than the wall to create a mild contrast. The singular hanging lights creating a linear form gave an up to the mark view to the space.
Further we talk about the master bedroom which was designed beautifully. The wall behind the bed had a ravishing stone cladded on the wall with a particular grip bordered with a rose gold border. The wall arts on it which were wooden carved made the wall complete in sense of beauty. The wardrobe was designed with a specific pattern giving it a different look. The flooring here was done in a wooden finish which blended with the overall theme of the space.
Last but not the least we talk about the guest bedroom which has minimal elements but made the room a completely modern themed one. According to the client’s requirement a sofa-cum-bed was designed for this area where the wall behind it was designed with slight offsets giving it a colourful abstract background with two glorious wall lamps besides it. The wardrobe here was plain based having a detailed handle on it with a pastel colour that made it look creative. A study table too was provided here which was simple yet elegant.
Overall the whole house was designed in a simple yet distinctive way.