Blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors is this home by Anarr Gunjaria Interiors

DEC 22, 2021 | By Subikshaa Stalin
Muted grey sofas and cane accent sofa chairs by Tectona Grandis make the cosy; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Modern and laid back is the prevailing mood of this familing living area; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Bathed in natural light and uncluttered decor pieces is the family living room; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Along with comfortable furniture, one also sees a customized worktable space, with customized woven chair and some file storage in corner; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Muted but mesmerising is the formal living area; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Natural accents like the woolen rug, customized wooden side tables and cane wooden headboard emphasise the earthiness of the space.; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Simplicity with minimal textures surface in the master bedroom; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Photographs by Snehal Patel
Tropical fabric against wood background depicts a strong connect between the two; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Girls room has little play in their bedding, dash of colors in cushions, round rug and customized wall art; Photographs by Snehal Patel
Natural textures of wood meet a sober palette of white in the guest bedroom; Photographs by Snehal Patel

Within the bustling city of Ahmedabad is a serene abode inundated with earthy tones and wooden accents. Offering a serene escapade from the surrounding highrises, the Urban Block is a 5BHK flat covering an expansive stretch of 3600 sq.ft. A project authored by Anarr Gunjaria of practice Anarr Gunjaria Interiors, the residence is designed keeping in mind the needs of a decluttered open space and warm and natural palette by the homeowners, precisely a family of three generations.

Elaborating on how the project was conceived, Gunjaria says “When we started off, the space had already been completed with flooring of high-quality Italian Marble and a concrete ceiling.”

She adds, “At that stage, although the ceiling was not intended to be exposed, we decided on a minimal intervention that’s inclusive of the existing features.”

On view at the formal living room is the Grey and black wall art by Artist Bipin Shinol, muted pink hand tufted rug by Jaipur rugs and wooden raw silk customized floor lamp; Photographs by Snehal Patel


The corridor is evenly draped with a wood finish; Photographs by Snehal Patel

The entry to this peaceful retreat opens up to a striking foyer space defined by what appears to be an enthralling wall mural on the outside but is a functional shoe cabinet with abstract geometric shutters. 

Doubling up as a leisure and work spot is this playing room; Photographs by Snehal Patel


The family living area is a great place to place the statement chair, lamps and tables; Photographs by Snehal Patel

The vestibule area takes advantage of the expansive windows by bringing nature closer to the interior spaces.

Blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, the living room is composed of natural materials and a soothing palette of blue, grey and white. Brick walls, cane articles and custom upholstery add a touch of life to the space.

A formal sitting room adjoins the family space and is separated by fluted glass sliding doors with wooden frames. Muted grey couches and a polished wooden ceiling help set a solemn tone for this official space. 


The long study table has all the facilities to cater the young girls in sync with simplistic design; Photographs by Snehal Patel

Wood adorns the dining area in an artful composition. Wall panels, a credenza and wall decor are all resplendent in wooden accents. Crafted  by Gunjaria, the 8-seater dining table takes on the rectilinear pattern of the space it sits in. The dining zone opens onto a cosy balcony, flooding the area with mellow light.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

The girls’ bedroom uses custom made wall art; Photographs by Snehal Patel


With a melange of natural textures, the private spaces of the master bedroom imitates the design narrative of any euphoric retreat. Woollen rugs, custom designed side tables, solid teak wardrobes add to the spatial quality of the bedroom. 

Master bedroom plays hide and seek with the sunlight; Photographs by Snehal Patel


The dining space facing the balcony gives sunshine wherein wooden square table and rattan backed chairs adds perspective; Photographs by Snehal Patel

While designing the bedroom occupied by the older parents, Gunjaria has carefully chosen a lesser number of furniture pieces to allow free movement. The bedroom space retains the earthy colour schemes from the previous rooms. 

The master bedroom is a place for ultimate repose; Photographs by Snehal Patel

The children’s bedroom spaces feature bedding and rugs with a dash of colour. The playful tones and soft waves of the custom-decor wall decor piece break up the linearity of the residence. Following a simple design language, the room features a louvred cupboard drawn-out to a study desk. 


The dining area exhibits Stone wall mural by artist Rutva Joshi; Photographs by Snehal Patel


The dining area with its wood details brings a warm mood of style and function; Photographs by Snehal Patel

The design also houses a workspace catering to the client’s vocational identity. The room composed of comfortable seating in bold accents paired with decor in warm hues of blue and white fits the client’s need for a placid space to work from the comfort of their own home.

Anarr used maximum natural materials, energy savings lights, given maximum plantation around the windows to control heat,

Amidst a hive of activity, the residence by Anarr Gunjaria is a visual testament to a rejuvenating modern ecstasy. Designer Gunjaria recalls, “Keeping in mind the buzzing urban neighbourhood, this home is a reminder to pause, slow down and savour the little things in life. We have tried to make the most of natural materials and provide abundant vegetation.

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