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One home, many design languages

Updated On : 18 Dec 2022
An inside look at Ruby Signature’s latest project in Chandigarh, a 3 BHK show flat completed for Sivanta Residency that makes use of a blend of textures and strikes the right balance between space and functionality.
One home, many design languages

Standing in all its glory at 1700 sq. ft., designers have carefully manoeuvred functionality and aesthetics to give the apartment a larger and brighter feel. Crisp and functional, yet with ornate detailing and exquisite design, every element has been carefully handcrafted and selected, starting from the furniture and curtains to the cushions and décor pieces.

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“For this show flat, we adopted a modern and clutter-free approach. Majorly influenced by the requirement to balance space and function, that embodies warmth and luxury, for the visitors to imagine their new beautiful abode”, said Ruby Gupta, Creative Director, Ruby’s Signature.

The first and the most formal space of the home is a composition of modern luxury furniture with distinct shapes and lines, accentuated with minimal window dressing with subtle embroidery details and décor items such as statement cushions, wall art, smart accessories and, of course, flowers and foliage to liven up the space.

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The key feature of the space is the loop partition, which separates the living area and dining space from the drawing room without adding a heavy footprint to the space. The distinctive pattern of the panel further adds character to all the adjoining social spaces.

The living room has been planned strategically with the conventional chairs being replaced by a luxe bench that serves the utilitarian purpose of additional seating. Each of the three bedrooms represents a different design language for different users. While the master bedroom showcases all modern and exciting elements and accessories that boast enthusiasm and style, the guest bedroom displays a soothing pastel visual.

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The shades of ivory adorn the walls, blending harmoniously with the distressed finish of the bed. The black carved side table and oval mirror make the room playful, adding to it a peppy contrast. Vibrant cushions and décor bring on the warmth and cosiness a forever home needs.

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Functional and playful, the third bedroom embodies a touch of our favourite mint green colour. Designed for younger and more enthusiastic family members, the use of prints and patterns brings a vibrancy of excitement to this room.

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A home is incomplete without a temple, and it was essential to making it special. Hence, as you enter the mandir, unveiled is a hand-painted pine wood console, backed with a wallpaper that says “ram- ram’’, and taking the centre stage is a beautifully done painting of Shree Nath Ji.

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