Indian style interior design is exotic, interesting, complex decor but always admired around the world for its vibrant colors, but what if you have to use only Neutral Colors? Elle Decor show us how interior designer Hilary Unger accepted the challenge to turn an Indian family’s duplex into a modern, beige lover’s that still celebrated tradition and heritage.
”Design is a way of life. Your home or workplace is not simply a reflection of your taste, it directly inspires your energy, creativity, and productivity” and that was what Hilary Unger kept in mind and the result was a luxury and elegant monochromatic color scheme with a focus on metallic textures.
When your intent is an overall neutral feeling, walls, and furniture, always favored a monochromatic palette that focused on metallic textures. Throughout the home, an intentional blend of silvers and golds entices added interest to the other materials throughout the space, such as light vanilla-colored wood floors. The secret for a monochromatic color scheme is to focus on metallic textures.
Contrasting with the modern Eternity Chandelier, Indian Ganesha sculpture hangs above the table bring us to that traditional Indian interior design.
This Eternity Chandelier by Koket takes its brilliance from the skillful application of the crystal. The eternal circles are individually wrapped in brass and placed with astonishing attention to detail giving elegance and luminosity to every room.
The living room was designed to be stylish, refined and functional, neutral color still the main focuses but always with a subtle touch of shine, the neutral wallpaper adds a touch of dimension next to white walls, and the kings of this living room are definitely the white velvet upholstery called Mandy Stools.
This fluid and unusual sofa transcend design and jewelry. Conceived from a cuff bracelet, the Mandy stool will embellish any setting, especially in a neutral home.
This marble mosaic tabletop was purchased at the Taj Mahal and inlayed in the wooden floor once again celebrating tradition and Indian heritage without losing the neutral challenge favored by the client.
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