Known for the maximalist tone in design, Gurgaon-based interior design firm, MADS Creations’ latest project blends its signature style with a heap of elegance and clean design. A villa in Gurgaon, the project draws out the owner’s individualistic style complemented by Meenu Agarwal’s expertise.
The project is a 3,210 sq. ft. three-bedroom villa, spread across three levels, each of which is said to exude a distinctive mood based on its functionality. Despite their differences, it is the rich details, luxury furnishings and unique design elements that reunite each of these spaces.
Starting from the bottom, the basement features a stunning bar area along with a chic lounge and a home theatre. The home theatre itself has a darker personality with deep brown walls. Each of the walls has a different design altogether, one side featuring a flute patterned fabric panel and wallpaper on the other, while the space behind the TV has a wooden panelling with a laminate finish. The dark hardwood floors and dim lighting contrasted by plush, and oversized bright blue loungers make for a comfortable watch.
The bar area, which is the other highlight of the basement, is mounted on a lightly raised platform with the bar itself placed at an angle to add to the distinctiveness of the space. The stone top bar unit gets a laminate finish, set against beautifully lit wall cabinets covered in laminates and glass shutters. Gold finish metal strips on the wooden front of the bar, metal bar chairs and metal inlay on the marble flooring complement the olive green and brown hues of the space to create a jazz bar-like ambience. The fabric seating on the bar chairs appears to glow in the light, complementing the setting perfectly. The mirrored ceiling reflects the spectacle adding to the drama.
Adding textures to the dramatic ambience of the home, the bar lounge is enveloped in fluted wallpaper with a plush light grey sofa and vibrant orange accent chairs. The light contours, mellow hues and cosy seating space make for an overall relaxing ambience.
On the ground floor are the living and dining areas, as well as the guest bedroom, while the first floor is set aside for personal spaces like the family lounge, master bedroom and son’s bedroom. The dining space portrays an elegant, classic-contemporary theme with a predominantly white background with ornate mouldings along the walls and a gypsum board false ceiling. Themes of geometry add a break to the extensively classic elements, like the geometric base of the dining table, the geometric-shaped lighting or the exclusive, custom-sourced, metal chandelier. The chandelier, sleek as ever, acts as a screen between the dining and living areas.
The living area has to be one of the most luxurious spaces in the house thanks to its rich character – multiple laminate panellings, wooden tones, and gold metal elements all add a warm, yet opulent note. Although mostly neutral, the living area gets a pop of colour from the blue jewel-toned couch, artworks and other decorative pieces that add to the splendour.
The guest bedroom gets a sober, neutral theme in cream, tan and white hues. This room too features a laminate wall panelling with metal strips on the wall behind the bed, while the other walls are covered in wallpaper. A laminate structure with a fabric seat at the bay window poses a great view for the guest.
The first floor features a family lounge, master bedroom and son’s room. The family lounge is another space that focuses on a relaxing ambience. It has a gypsum false ceiling with textured wallpaper in a light shade while vibrant toned seating adds an interesting pop of colour.
Much like the guest bedroom, the master bedroom too, features a simple design. Wood moulding on the walls with a paint finish in a light tone, and wooden flooring set a calm and warm note. A high-back wooden carved chair with a footrest in a striking striped fabric adds a bolder touch to the neutral space.