Wednesday, 28 March 2018

A Private Abode with Colours and Patterns Galore!

In 2012, partners Huzefa Rangwala and Jasem Pirani founded a design studio built upon their shared passion for design. Each space and/or product embodies integrity and is created with the same care, skill and attention to detail that they collectively share. MuseLAB is an end-to-end design studio; offering a bespoke and leading-edge approach to design with a precise focus on unique and highly customized environments, interiors and furniture. 

MuseLAB used Bharat Floorings tiles in their project at Worli and recreated the space into something truly beautiful and playful. They used different combinations and patterns in this project which makes the space look distinct. At MuseLAB, every challenge is treated as an opportunity which is given careful thought and consideration. 

The entire design approach of the interiors of this beautiful apartment was based on the Art déco style which was popular in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s. The signature aesthetic still evokes glamour, luxury, and order with symmetrical designs in exuberant shapes. Each and every design and pattern complements the beautiful interiors of the space. The quirky colourful tiles along with the classy interiors go hand in hand giving the space an elegant yet distinctive look.

In most of the spaces designed for this apartment, MuseLAB used the designer collaboration, BFT+ range since these patterns are known to be both quirky and contemporary. 

LOUNGE & LIVING ROOM -

The Lounge and the Living room area have our famous BFT+ range, Shibori Eye pattern and Origametes Giza pattern in grey and white colour followed by blue and light grey. The combination of both these unique patterns looks so distinct, placed differently. The trick is to find a balance with your mixed patterns that make the space interesting but still cozy. While mixing two different patterns it’s very important to stick to the overall theme of the space, because you wouldn’t want one particular space to look completely different from the rest of the house. In the lounge and living room area, the floors speak louder than the space because of the bold patterned tiles laid. Mixing two or more different prints gives you an opportunity to add visual interest and contrast. It’s important to create a fun yet uniform look in any space like you can see in the images below. The explosion of colours brings out the vivacious and dynamic look of this space. The same patterns used in different spaces and colours creates an underlying uniformity in the entire house. This pattern combined with the interiors of the space create a relaxed vibe in the lounge area, making it the most favourable spot of the house! 


MASTER BEDROOM 1 –

The master bedroom has a rich, bold heritage flooring i.e. the MoMo pattern from our Heritage collection. The classic Momo pattern used in this apartment brings out the vibrant look of the living room. Bright colours, such as lemon yellow, used sparingly with soft tones of grey and blue create a chic look. It acts as a key contrast to the walls with the tiles being the highlight of the space. This artistic pattern gives a fresh, uplifting look to the room. The unique design of these floors makes them stand out. The Heritage™ collection goes wonderfully well with the overall look and feel of this beautiful apartment, adding to its elegance and grandeur! 


MASTER BEDROOM 2 –

Japanese Line, Namisen Type F - you should definitely give this one a try! This pattern can make a small space look bigger instantly because of the illusion it creates. This pattern is chic and simplistic, yet adding so much style and texture to the room. This bold, fresh pattern creates a stunning interior design scheme to your room. Go bold with your flooring, keeping the wall tiles and furniture simple to enhance the look of the space keeping it classy rather than jazzy. These tiles create a wonderful illusion of texture, bringing your space to life. The line tiles supported with a neutral colour palette give your space an eye-catching zest. The blue, grey and white colour combination blends the given space together. These patterns add character and colour to the stylish decor, blending a contemporary vibe with personal preferences. The eye-catching handmade cement floorings that BFT designs transform offices and living spaces, taking the much-overlooked element of interior design, the floor, to the next level.


THE PLAYFUL CHILDREN’S ROOM -

 

Want to create a fun playful look for your child’s room?? The BFT+ Range – Japanese Line
Toso Dotto, Type C is just what you need to recreate this look. Colourful walls are always a good idea to make your space look brighter and playful, but 2018’s design trend is to play with some colours on the floor and home décor instead of the walls. Keep yourself up to date with new trends so that you can divert from the boring old-fashioned ones. Experimenting with your interiors is always a good idea to recreate a design that is unique and beautiful. The child’s room is a perfect place to explore new ideas and fun colours, so go wacky with these unique designs and patterns. 



At BFT you can select one tile and design in various colour combinations and patterns. You can mix and match two designs together and create a look, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. We have in-house designers who will guide you to design and customise your beautiful floors. The design aspects of this private apartment are a great example of creating the necessary balance between quirky and simple. This home is an avant-gardist interpretation of Art Deco. It was an amazing experience working with MuseLAB design studio to design this stunning house!

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  2. If you want your home to be warm and inviting, then you can look out for Bespoke flooring India that are reddish or orangery. If you're looking to transform your home into calming and refreshing, then look for green and blue range. Also, you can mix and match different colors to create a unique flooring pattern. Getting opinions by discussing with your flooring expert is advisable!

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