; Tap Design Inc crafts a gorgeous Bengaluru home

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Bengaluru home that poses as a riveting pastel painting crafted by Tap Design Inc

SEP 20, 2022 | By Maheshwari Vickyraj
The living room is outfitted with a Kosh Furnishing Studio sofa and curtains, as well as a balcony light by Chairs & Company; Photography by Suleiman Merchant
The primary bedroom's furniture is designed and built by Making Concept, with Prussian blue cabinets brightening an otherwise subdued interior; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

A melange of contemporary and classical ornamentation is envisaged in this home in Whitefield, Bengaluru. Crafted by co-founder Sneha Talati and principal designer Iesha Parekh Shellugar, alongside project leader Siddiqua Khannum from Tap Design Inc., with execution partner Making Concept. 

Spanning 1933 sq ft, this home has an interim that confluences rich wooden tones, modern furniture, and contemporary flute detailings. 

The master bedroom’s crafted furniture is designed and built by Making Concept, with the Prussian blue cabinets brightening an otherwise subdued interior; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

Curious brief

 A coveted epoch that would successfully blend nouvelle with a spell of traditional elements while being refulgent and colourful was a presentiment envisioned by the couple (homeowners) and the designers. 

Cane panelling and a cane partition from the Making Concept divide the living space.
From Making Concept the TV unit is mounted on the wall. Armchairs by Kosh Furnishing Studio and a coffee table by Making Concept. Carpet Kingdom rug and Prism Lights wall sconces adorn the room; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

Taking inspiration from tactile materials, organic textures, statement features, and elaborate motifs, the home is dubbed “Morning Glory.”

The living room is outfitted with a Kosh Furnishing Studio sofa and curtains, as well as a balcony light by Chairs & Company; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

Tour every turn of the home…

Promenading through the foyer is a cane partition wall that camouflages the dining space and behaves as an invitation to the living room, which features a plush pink L-shaped custom-made sofa that curves the walls. A round wooden table serves as a focal point in the otherwise square room. Through the balcony, natural light floods the room, making it feel light and airy.

Cane panelling and a cane partition from the Making Concept divide the living and the ding space; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

Navigating further into the dining space, a wooden dining table with a marble top accentuates the space. The coloured glass panelled wall leads to the semi-open kitchen. Beyond the dining area are the powder room and a hallway that steers to the two bedrooms and the home office.

The foyer adorns an ornate mirror from Making Concept; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

The master bedroom which has a balcony running around the entire room features a contemporary spin on the classic four-poster bed and a teal blue wardrobe that adds a splash of colour.

The home office is embraced by an abundance of natural light filtering through the window and a wooden desk that is paired with a teal-coloured chair creating a classic composition for a space to work effortlessly.  

Making Concept’s live edge desk and storage unit are featured in the home office with Kosh Furnishing Studio chair and Kosh Furnishing Studio curtains; Photography by Suleiman Merchant
In the master bedroom, you’ll find a desk for private study made by Making Concept paired with a chair from Kosh Furnishings Studio; Photography by Suleiman Merchant
The designer modular kitchen by Zenia and the pendant light by The Purple Turtles complement the glass divider by Making Concept; Photography by Suleiman Merchant
The powder room has the vanity and mirror from Making Concept; Photography by Suleiman Merchant

 

Ideas to bookmark – colours and materials

Pastels commingle the colour scheme of the home, also keeping in mind that there is an amalgamation of metallic highlights with bright accents that creates a  multiplicity. Natural materials such as wood, cane, and organic fabrics are heavily featured in the House “Morning Glory”