This 2,700 sq.ft. apartment in Gandhinagar designed by Vidhi Patel is a brilliant showcase for a Google query on “Interior color schemes” or “How to choose paint colors for your home interior”. Vidhi has worked with the the three basic colors on the color wheel using both contrasting and complementing schemes in endearing geometric patterns for the interiors of this home that has me riveted.
This apartment is a celebration of three basic colors – red, blue and yellow inspired by the painting of Piet Mondrian in living room, dining, and entrance. My favorite corners in the home would be the crockery cabinet, the wooden partition in the living room that doubles up as a showcase for artifacts, the lotus engraving in the pooja room, and the soothing colours of the guest bedroom. It’s time to tour the home and make your pick.
The brief from client was straight forward. They needed a complete interior with as much storage as possible. They needed an interior in bold colours and comfort in all spaces.
About the project:
Who lives here: Mr and Mrs Patel and their daughter with parents often visiting on weekends
Year built: 2020
Size : 2700 sq.ft
Type: 3 bedroom apartment
Designed by: Ar Vidhi Patel (@vidhi.patel92)
Photograph courtesy for the images: Inclined Studio (@inclined_studio)
Budget: 25 lakhs
Entrance with Positive Vibes
Veneer and grass are beautifully balanced on the entrance wall. The entrance is
designed with a matching pattern on jali and yellow boxes on main door. There is a yellow coloured Sri Yantra on the foyer wall with a textured wall behind. The space gives out positive vibes.
Mondrian Inspired Living Room + Dining + Kitchen
The living and dining room show how this apartment’s interiors are heavily influenced by Piet Mondrian’s basic colors. An attention grabbing deep blue sofa sits in one corner of the living room with contrasting red an yellow cushions on it. On the accent wall behind the sofa is a painted textured gray wall decked with string art frames to add to the vibrancy of the room.
However, the eye-popping minimalistic feature of the living cum dining space is the crockery unit with cut triangles in deep blue color coordinating with the sofa.
Pooja Room with Mirror Ceiling
The main part of the pooja room is the ceiling which is made from mirror with that space feels double height space.
Kids Room with Corner Bed and Toys’ Storage
The kids room is designed in pastel tones with low a height corner bed and a small storage unit for toys.
Guest Bedroom in Pastel Tones
Guest bedroom is design in pastel blue and hint of yellow. The handle of the wardrobe is custom made from waste material available at site.
A Gray & Red Master Bedroom
Master bedroom is design in grey and red tone to contrast the wooden floor. Making marvelous out of discarded, waste material has been used to make these pretty wardrobe handles to match the back panel of bed.
Flooring – 800*800 vitrified tiles and wooden flooring(master bedroom)
Textures- Asian paint texture
Lights: Phillips cob lights, customised hanging lamp
Paints: Asian paints Royale
Furnishings: All furniture was custom made at site
Sofas: Custom made at site
Art pieces – String art by @it.nailed from Delhi
Material- veneer , PU polish , Royal touch laminate
Ceiling- gypsum ceiling in all rooms with veneer and mirror ceiling at pooja room
Kitchen fixtures- Hettich
Mattresses- King Koil