Project Reveal – The Retro Midcentury Inspired Remodel – Private Spaces
Created by Vinithra Amarnathan on August 25, 2021
In this segment we walk you through the beautiful private spaces in this home. The home had a nice layout where the public and private spaces are segregated and as you walk past the kitchen you come to a long hallway that connects the bedrooms.
The long hallway is adorned with vintage Iranian rugs and maps from the clients travels. We created a custom cane insert hallway closet with a niche that houses one of the clients favorite piece of art. The cane is sandwiched between glass to keep it dust free.
Brass pinecone pendants from BoConcept span the length of the hallway and bring in a moment of drama while visually elongating the space!
The walls carry vintage maps collected by our clients and make for a simple and personal gallery wall.
The guest bedrooms are situated to the right of the hallway. While one is painted all over in a beautiful smoky blue tone and has a mid-century artsy feel, the other guest bedroom is a pastel paradise with a beautiful hand embroidered fabric headboard as the focal point complemented by blush wardrobes and vintage botanical prints.
Adjoining this pastel bedroom is a striking monochromatic bathroom that brings in beautiful contrast to the space as you walk in! We completely remodeled all bathrooms in the home and the palette here is simple black and white tiles accented by a geometric chevron tile and a beautiful black marble countertop.
At the end of the hallway sits the beautiful walk in wardrobe and the primary ensuite! The primary room is one of my favorite spaces in this home. A large king size cane bed sits against a geometric ikat inspired wallpaper in tones of beige and brown. Simple glass pendant lights bring in a modern fresh flair to the Balinese art that our clients owned. I love the eclectic collected feel of this room!
The seating nook on the opposite side has the clients vintage Danish chairs and a vibrant rug against the french doors that open into a wraparound balcony. We added a custom chest of drawers with beautiful detailing and it adds storage and function to the space.
The master bathroom is dressed in dark charcoal anti slip floor tiles and a white and gray faux marble wall tile. The vanity is wrapped in teak veneer to bring warmth to the space and a wall to wall brass framed mirror completes the space.
We added a beautiful white calacatta marble for the countertop and a long shower niche to bring in textural contrast. French gold fixtures from Kohler round off the space.
The design of this home was a beautiful journey in the spontaneous nature of the design process and how each of the spaces in the home evolved. Nothing’s over thought or over designed but feels just right and inviting but at the same time has an elevated presence!
Cant wait to be back here with our next 😉
Until then, Ciao and thanks for dropping by!
All pics shot by Shamanth Patil.