; Gurgaon condo by The Chalkwhite Home is a vacation away from chaos

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When classic meets modern— This Gurugram condo by The Chalkwhite Home is exemplary of a calm vacation away from the chaos

APR 26, 2022 | By Rhea Sinha
Neutral carpeting by Jaipur Rugs pulls the look of the lounge together, sectional, curtains and centre table from Beyond Dreams; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang
Cane buffet table by Beyond Dreams brings an element of warmth into the dining area, glass vase from OMA, pendant lights from The White Teak Company; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang
Square grid wall panelling imbibes a classic character in the second guest bedroom. Wall lights from The White Teak Company, cushions by H&M Home; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang
A custom rattan cabinet crafted on-site steals the show in the first guest bedroom. Handles from JB Gupta, decor accessories from OMA; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang
The master bathroom models sanitary fixtures from Kohler and lights from The White Teak Company; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


Painting a picture privy to sweeping sunsets, this gorgeous Gurgaon condo serves as a refreshing cocoon for its homeowners. Designed by Nikita Mahajan, Founder and Principal Designer, The Chalkwhite Home, the home sprawls over a substantial 2,300 sq ft area.

 

Decked in crisp white, the west-facing milieu manifests compelling trickles of natural light through its voluminous windows and openings.

 

Imbued with an inviting mood, the condo traces neutral tones and a textural palette with hints of a tasteful twist. Straight lines, minimal materials and clean layouts recite an understated effect of modernity into the home’s visual story.

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Pink dinner plates from A Clay Story complement the blush seating in the dining area. Curtains from Beyond Dreams and Marble from Radhamadhav marbles; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang

 

Candle stands and vases from OMA bedeck the dining area. Lights by The White Teak Company; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


A short walk through a long and narrow entryway passage makes way into the open-plan of the apartment. The welcoming lounge space of the ‘Sunroom House’ accommodates an ample sectional sofa and a handmade media console.

 

The focal point of the facade, a state-of-the-art television framed in fine POP mouldings sketches an upscale sight. Alongside, sheer curtains complement the soft furnishings in the lounge with a dreamy balance.

 

Marble top dining table and blush pink chairs by Beyond Dreams model a luxe milieu in the dining area; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang

 

Herringboned teal tiles furbish the kitchen with a contrasting backsplash, cake stand from A Clay Story, Bread basket from Ellementry; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


Framed mouldings maintain a consistent aesthetic language within the abode leading into the dining area, where a massive marble tabletop sits with blush pink chairs lending a splash of colour in this corner.


Contributing to the dinette’s material mood board is a bespoke rattan buffet table. Flanked by the kitchen, balcony and living on its sides, the dining and bar form a fun and functional unit ideal for hosting social gatherings.

 

Accent gilded handles from JB Gupta stand out against the basal white bar unit, Glassware from Good Earth and tray by Ellementry; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang

 

Cane buffet table by Beyond Dreams adds a splash of colour in the whitewashed home, Decor accessories from OMA; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


Flaunting a refreshing contrast, the pristine white-contemporary kitchen features handsome herringbone teal toned tiles in its backsplash. The one-of-a-kind counter made up of half-moon flutes exudes a whimsical effect when hit with sunlight.

 

Further ahead, the primary suite functions as a serene getaway for the contemporary couple. Illustrating a breathtaking site, the rattan bed sits against a backdrop of an understated fluted wall panel. Whitewashed walls mirror the effect of a capacious space with a magical myriad of light. Playful blue and white tiles and a double vanity furbish the master bathroom.

 

Soft furnishings from H&M Home bathe the master suite with a snug essence. gold planter from Nicobar and glass bottle from Ellementry; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang

 

Rattan bed by Beyond Dreams sits against a white fluted panelled wall in the master suite, wall lights by The White Teak Company; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang

 

Blue and white tiles from Kasa Decor permeate a playful panache in the ensuite master bathroom; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


A masked man-cave for the client, the study subserves as an office-cum-guitar-and-book house, complete with a wall dedicated to the owner’s collection of musical instruments and a bed in-between shelves for impossible afternoon naps. The study’s en-suite bathroom models monochrome tones on its mood board.

 

Grey vase by A Clay Story, Cushions from H&M Home, and tray and mugs from Nicobar maintain a monotonous mood board in the guest bedroom; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


On the adjacent end of the home, the guest bedrooms towards the lounge area are designed to display a premier but simple and minimal blueprint.

 

Perched up in a corner the dressing table crafted on-site reflects a playful episode of the golden hour across the space, grey vase from Kolus; Photographs by Studio Suryan//Dang


Still bestowing tinges of character into each bedroom, the designers make use of accent elements like the rattan wardrobe in the first guest bedroom or square-grid POP wall mouldings in the second. The latter also features a mini study area, imperative for its dweller’s strict schedules even when working from home.

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