Elaborate design for Kolkata Residence
New Delhi-based Beyond Designs has designed the Kolkata Residence, a contemporary two-storeyed residential project. A long corridor, an L-shaped bar area, parents’ room, daughter’s room, and a study are designed on the first floor, while the firm has renovated the master bedroom on the second floor.
The long corridor is divided into two segments – a signature console with upholstered vintage chairs are placed closer to the entrance, a photo gallery sandwiched between wall sconce lighting, a façade console with table lamps in brass and a large heavy-framed mirror on the wall towards the bar. A streamline sofa is a major element in the bar area, with the sofa upholstered with velvet on the inside and printed fabric on the outside. Neutral-colored walls contrast with wood paneling, while the bar counter has black wall paneling with an inlaid stone counter and gold accents. A modern artwork situation is achieved with elaborately-framed paintings that depict folklore and wooden-framed canvas in antique gold polish, distressed mirror, and brass rivets.
Alternate leather paneling and fabric cladding form a luxurious background in the parents’ bedroom, with a curved headboard in velvet upholstery fitted with rivets. Antique gold-finished wall sconce lights, night tables, round-top side table, and a floor lamp by the armchair in the corner add an opulent look. Deep blue walls with a photo gallery are chosen for the daughter’s bedroom, with a mirror-clad four-poster bed touched with gold polish and shimmery white headboard. A carved wooden sofa upholstered in paisley fabric, night tables, and a television unit in white are the other accessories in the room. A wooden wall unit covered with printed fabric and antique brass rivets on the shutter add vibrance, with outsourced hanging lights. A wooden study table with brass elements in finished in matte black PU, while wooden chairs with wicker mesh at the back have upholstered sets in rust-orange velvet. An antique-inspired chandelier hangs in the corner of the powder room done up in red and natural stone with heavy-framed mirrors.
A four-poster bed with antique gold finish adds a royal touch to the master bedroom, contrasting with the wicker mesh paneling with matte white PU finish on the walls. Mild steel chandeliers with matte black powder coating and crystal elements, red-colored tables, and decorative knobs accentuate the room’s symmetry. Wooden-framed artwork and a distressed mirror are featured on the opposite wall. A seating area is designed at the window corner with brass-cast wall sconce lighting, white linen shade lights and wooden artwork mounted by a brass-framed border, glass table lamp with antique brass lamp shade highlighting their presence to their space.