A 12-month-long renovation project for a 5500-sq. ft. bungalow in New Delhi by Nomita Kohli of Wisma Atria Interiors has created an impactful space that seems straight out of a Bollywood set! |
Luxury real estate has been a part and parcel of the urban city fabric of Delhi since a long time; this sprawling bungalow is nothing short of a typical affluent Delhi home. 5500 sq. ft. of space includes a formal living room, two master bedrooms, a dining room and a TV room. The house also accommodates a bar area and den with a live fireplace in addition to a powder toilet, and a classical staircase that binds the two levels.
Old-world charm permeates all spaces and easily reminds us of an era, where wood was extensively used and royally reflected off orange lighting. Luxury drips off every surface of the home, as chandeliers make bold statements and designer items dot the expanse of wooden floors. Likeable features make their presence through a heap of decadence and sumptuousness. The staircase that is finished simply and adorned with original balustrades is flanked by a collage of photographs of the family, reminiscent of the era, when homes were dotted with such personal intimate touches as décor.
The spaces use minimal colours and are heavily articulated with the most expensive finishes, resulting in a home with an interesting flair. The walls are finished with decorative embellishments like designer mirrors and artsy lighting fixtures bringing in the grandiose impact of Bollywood movie sets. Premium quality Italian marble meets handcrafted antiques perched on parquet flooring.
For a firm with a client base that is known for loving the finer things in life, Wisma Atria Interiors makes absolutely no mistake. Having visualized the end product, Nomita is known to work backwards to ensure there is no detail left out in the plan to accomplish a picture-perfect address.check out the images of this abode on indiaartndesign.com
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