New Delhi, Feb 2021 :–
New-Delhi-based architect Aparna Kaushik, known for her graceful, minimal, yet impactful design, has unveiled a collection of bedrooms that immediately impress with their exquisite design features.
A picture of calm and composure, these bedrooms are designed as personal escapes that also reflect their owners’ individuality. A pretty place with a jeweled chandelier, an exciting classic-contemporary space, and a modern pad with clean lines – each of them offers a carefully curated experience.
Pic 1: An infinitely charming monotone bedroom is decorated with a delicate chandelier and a pretty backdrop made of a floral wallpaper and glass with metal trims. The cove lighting enhances the subtle beauty of the wallpaper and the way it has been treated.
Pic 2: A patterned stone flooring sets a dynamic stage for a fine fusion of classic and contemporary features in this bedroom overlooking the green exterior. The stone side tables and the modern chaise in an organic shape add definite style.
Pic 3: Immersed in a brown palette with a laminate wall paneling and wooden flooring, this chic bedroom comes alive with a large, colourful painting.
About Ochre at Home
New Delhi-based Architect Aparna Kaushik is the Founding Principal and Design Director of an eponymous, design-and-build firm that works across architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting, product design and landscaping. Her design ethos is built on a studied balance of art and architectural history that fuses classical composition with contemporary flair and pragmatic precision to integrate the client’s most explicit requirements and subtle preferences. Her creations, spanning expansive luxury estates to stylishly intimate boutiques, commercial establishments to retail outlets, spas to pubs and restaurants… are an example of perfect functionality and striking aesthetics.
“Clarity of purpose and simplicity are the essence of design. I design to accentuate the natural qualities of a space, amplifying its particular beauty through seamless functionality and unique form.” – Aparna Kaushik