This property belongs to Mr Sabyasachi Mazumdar who is based in Dubai with his young family of four.
This project is markedly different from what CEE BEE usually does it has bit of royal touch, glamorous with a splash of bling. Hope you like this work do leave your comments we love to hear from you.
The entrance to the property is dramatic the first thing you will notice as you enter is the stunning half bust of Buddha which has been mounted on top of the rather elegant shoe cabinet. The ornate onyx backlit backsplash along with a unique light fixture makes sure there is a lot of drama and glamour at the very entrance; this really sets the mood for the rest of the interiors.
One wall of the foyer has rather intricate traditional mouldings whereas the other side we have chosen to keep an exposed red rustic brick wall. We wanted to juxtapose this two styles and the outcome is exactly as the client wanted it to be. As you enter from the foyer you directly come to the living and dining area. We have separated the two sections by using a partition which has a slight oriental theme.
The living room furniture are all made of teakwood, very traditional here we have used a lot of earth tones to give and essence of muted elegance with little touches of gold just to highlight. The tv unit is simple with a white onyx backsplash and two tall units with the same mahogany teak finish. The ceiling also has the same wooden finish with moulded edges giving it that ethnic rustic finish. The bar unit was purchased from Dubai by Mr Mazumdar and that finish matches completely with the rest of the furniture. The dining area takes the wooden look further with the dark traditional look. The crockery unit has an interesting Moroccan backsplash in warm earth tones which heightens the ethnic feel in the home. We have used a very traditional stained glass partition to create a division between the living room and the kitchen. The kitchen is in the parallel modular style. The counter is simple and easy to clean black granite. We have used beach wood shutters for the loft and the bottom units. The cabinet is something different this time with laminate finish and moulding bid all around.
The kidsroom, this belongs to the two young children a girl and a boy. This is simple space with mostly laminate finish. What strikes you is an Audrey Hepburn wall art on the daughter’s cupboard. Next we have the study cum guest bedroom. There is a Murphy bed which is very well concealed with the ornate wallpaper. A simple tray ceiling, a small mandir area in one corner and a study cum TV unit are some of the things you will notice in this room.
The master bedroom is gorgeous with a lot of intricate wood work and mirror work. The headboard, wardrobe and tv unit standout because of the attention to details, from carvings to mouldings in stark white and a smear of brick red this room has turned out to be exquisite.
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