High vaulted ceilings, a warm woody palette and lush green vistas makes this comforting bedroom the perfect room to hole up and hide away.
Photography by Bharath Ramamrutham
Stay Grounded: For a bedroom in stone and wood
Escape from the urban jungle and hole up in your natural cave. An all wood and stone Konkan style boudoir, just like this one in a spacious Alibaug bungalow designed by Mumbai based firm Malik Architecture, is the perfect excuse to become a recluse.
High vaulted slatted ceiling covered with Mangalore tiles, timber bed and stone floors are all that it takes to create a simple, clean and comfortable bedroom. The flowing indoors and outdoors add another dimension to the bedroom. A single glass wall serves the same purpose.
Populate the room with neutral accessories for a muted look. Aim for shades of white or wood accents only. Use the vast floor space to experiment – pick nude coloured natural stone, black kadappa or kota. Natural lighting eliminates the need for excessive fixtures. Choose a statement lighting fixture enough to bathe the room in soft light at night.
Antique wooden trunks, used as side tables, would add class to the overall simplified look.
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Lighting fixture from Artemide