Serenity by Illusion Design Studio
Serenity signifies peace, which is central theme of this apartment. Every aspect of the design for tranquil abode aligns with the theme of serenity and peace.
The project came to life by merging two adjacent one-bedroom apartments into a single apartment offering more space to its users.
Inspired by the quote “finding peace in chaos”, this apartment showcases minimal, classy and sophisticated décor elements against a monochrome backdrop. Pastel tones complement the natural finishes effectively throughout the home, like a breath of fresh air while careful placement of windows flood the habitable spaces with natural light and ventilation.
"The color scheme embraces a splendid blend of Pastel shades and Natural Wood, adding an organic ambiance to the apartment. White holds significant importance to us, it creates the illusion of an enlarged dimension which is a synonym for the free mind of the house-owner.", explained Ar. Shashank C. Pawar, Founder of Illusion Design Studio
On entering the house, the alluring sight of the living room enkindles solitude. A jagged bright blue-shaded rug is brought into play break the monotony of the room. The effortless beauty created by the use of colour lays remarkably as it also absorbs the viewer into the house. Consequently, an abstract painting featuring hues of grey and yellow is stringed up the wall which becomes the highlight.
The two bedrooms include quintessential combinations of rubberwood & white tones. The closet is curated with the perfect blend of wooden textures with minimal yet eye-catching features. In addition, a contrasting painting and beige cushions are placed to break the monotony of the room. As an addition to the apartment a study room with wooden cabinets and gleaming low sideboards are constructed. A masterpiece, a true completion to its theme, Serenity.
Location: Ahmednagar, Maharashtra
Design House: Illusion Design Studio
Design Team: Shashank Pawar, Shruti Somani Pawar
Photography: Parthavi Yadav Studios
Written by: Vanshika Murpana