Project Reveal Part III – The Modern Mediterranean Bedrooms

Created by Vinithra Amarnathan on December 30, 2019

We couldn’t wait to share the last part of the modern mediterranean with you and so here goes…..the last but some of the best parts of this beautiful homes are in the private spaces we created.

They all have a very distinct identity yet flow with the aesthetic of the home. There’s deep rich finishes, earthy colors, a hint of lux and some moody vibes all tucked in here!

Master Bedroom

The master bedroom channels a blend of traditional pieces with modern ones and makes for a contemporary look with character. The bed is a classic dark-stained low poster bed with a solid headboard and an ornate end of bed bench builds on the intricate details with sculpted legs in the matching shade of the bed. The nightstands have a minimal yet classic demeanor. Oversized terracotta lamps in an unexpected shade of turquoise create visual impact.

A chevron teak finished veneer clads the wardrobes and vanity niche. The rich wood tone is balanced by light blush paint that bathes the walls bringing a hint of warmth into the space. I love how we highlighted the ceiling in a tone of gray and it gives so much dimension as well as balances the presence of the bed which is the focal point of this room.

A kilim pattern-inspired rug in neutral tones introduces interest into the space while grounding it. We used double layer curtains which add a sense of plushness to the whole space.

A reading nook in the corner is composed of a modern wingback chair upholstered in a forest green velvet fabric, a tropical print floor lamp and oversized geometric art in shades of terracotta.

The art above the bed takes cues from the client’s love for landscapes and is a vintage art print to go with the vibe of the space. This is possibly my favorite addition to this master and does a great job of bringing the space together!

Guest Bedroom

The guest room is a simple and minimal space that has been punctuated with the presence of a floral-patterned wallpaper. The scale of the pattern adds to the room’s volume without overwhelming it.

The color scheme is dominated by whites, dark wood and the light teal of the wallpaper. The space has a similar modern-traditional vibe.

The wardrobe section also houses a dedicated pooja niche that has lattice doors and champagne gold hardware to complement the look.

The bed was a piece of furniture retained by the client and the room was designed with that in mind. We added custom bedside tables in white and wood to match the bed.

The lighting is simple and the glass and brass wall sconces act as bedside lighting without taking away from the wallpaper which is the focal point of this room!

I love the antique wood mirror we added on the long wall for balance and it brings so much character to the space.

Home Office & Study

The study was designed as a little oasis for the husband who works extensively from home and reads voraciously.

Deep Forest Green envelopes the walls and creates a moody space which sets the tone of the room.  The vibe of the room is a blend of modern and moody. A cozy den cum casual home library setup.

Three long wooden open shelves flank one side of the room and make for the perfect space to display the large collection of books and curios from the couple’s travels. Three wall sconces on top of the shelves complete the look and introduce mood light into the space.

A simple sofa cum bed in beige complements the design scheme of the room when paired with the monochrome geometric rug.

A Parisian landscape art print echoes the travel-inspired sentiment of the space and a natural fiber look floor lamp brings in a warm cozy glow!

The other side of the room anchors a sleek wood and white custom ladder desk that is modern and functional. We added a faux hide chair that has a beautiful pattern.

This space blends form and function so seamlessly and creates such a lovely vibe!

And this concludes the reveal of our modern mediterranean home. We hope you enjoyed every part of this home as much as we did 🙂

Stay tuned for more of our future posts and project reveals!


Content by Lavanya Chopra for Weespaces

Photography by Shamanth Patil