“BELAKU” | Interior Design of Dr. Arun Gowda & Mrs.Deepashree Arun’s Bungalow | PART 1

The most anticipated big budget project is finally here!

#Foyer area: As we enter the house we have a small foyer which welcomes you to Mr.Arun’s house.The entrance door has a

custom made carving which depicts the 4 family members who live there.

#Living area: As we step into the house from the foyer we land in the living area.Here we have a wide Tv unit which

has complete lacquered glass back panel and some niches to display artifacts.On the other side of the tv unit, we have a Pooja unit and this is so beautiful. There is a separate area for displaying a peaceful Buddha statue.The false ceiling has a nice circular shape with the same pattern of CNC designs and we have provided ample amount of lights throughout.

On the way to the kitchen we a vanity unit with a designer mirror and a wash basin with 2 drawers to store their towels and

handwash.The entrance of the kitchen has a display unit with complete see through glasses and we have given glass ledges to place the artifacts.

#Modular Kitchen: This is a huge kitchen with complete provision for storage.Bright red with white is the color combination here.This kitchen is been divided into the wet and dry area. Dry area for baking and wet area for cooking Indian dishes.We have a breakfast counter followed by an open shelf which is attached to a tall unit and next to that we made a provision to fit the refrigerator and on top we have lofts. Chimney hob and cutlery set, bottle pull out

tandem boxes and a lot of cabinets are placed accordingly. All of them are accessed using the G-profile handles.

#Guest Bedroom: We are entering a guest bedroom now which looks bold and beautiful we have a cute coat here with storage below and a lovely headboard which is extended to the side tables on either side.The top panel of the headboard has cute CNC cutting with autumn leaf shape which looks very interesting.The wardrobes also look interesting because of its color combination and the handles. We have white wardrobes and some orange shelves sealed in between to highlight the unit and the handles also play a major role because of the color and shape. Our clients wanted an extra wardrobe so we designed another unit with sliding doors and this one is really unique because we have used fabric for a design element which is sandwiched by a transparent glass to make it highlighting.

Video Credits:

Hosts: Vathsala, Mini, Dr. Arun Gowda & Mrs.Deepashree Arun
Shot & Edit: Sagar
Project value: 40 to 45 Lakh
Designers: Pooja, Preeksha & Shruti