Independent VillasVillas speak of space, unhindered imaginations and immense possibilities. They are built painstakingly, reflecting the personality and thoughts of their detailed hassle designs that do not follow the conventional path of home or commercial space design. If you want to design your villa, give it a majestic look and help the walls tell your story, your search concludes here. Take a look at our design portfolio to decide which style suits you the most!
Contemporary / Indian Classic
Are you feeling lost in the concrete jungle? This design will help you move closer to nature. Contemporary Indian Classic style is all about sustainability, greenery and having your home connected with nature, the best way possible.
It is the perfect balance between traditional and modern that allows you to have elements of nature in your living room. This is a great design if you are looking to create a green corner at your office too.
The simplicity attracts this as the most obvious choice in villas,
- Perceive the maximum comfort, without renouncing the aesthetic values of housing
- Emphasis on uncongested, simple design and a connection to the outdoors
- With contemporary homes, we see a huge prominence on natural and sustainable modern building materials
Think bold – think opulent. Art deco is a blend of elegance with functional use and modernness. Dating back to the 1920s, this is one of the perfect designs for a modern home, even today. With this design, we guarantee to bring a touch of twenties fused with modern colours. It consists of ornate, geometric detailing, bold use of contrasting colours, fragmented shapes and sculpted designs. If this is something that excites you, art deco is your calling.
The love for perfection you look for in every corner,
- Art Deco, short for Arts Décoratifs, is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work
- Not just a single style, but a mosaic of various and even contradictory styles joining forces
- It’s almost like the perfect blend between the ancient and the modern, which makes for a visually memorable experience.
If bright vivid colours, bold patterns and going all out just isn’t your jam, minimalistic designs are here to help! It’s all about clean lines, simplicity, and a monochromatic palette with an accent colour. Minimalism is bringing out the beauty in simplicity. The design has a minimum use of furniture, smart and compact home appliances to increase open spaces and uncluttered design. It is about accentuating the attractive architectural features of a space.
Gimme more Space in Life… !
- If bright vivid colour just isn’t your jam, and you’re looking for a stylish way to express yourself without all of the seemingly obligatory bells and whistles, this set is sure to have something to inspire.
- It’s characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent.
French design is striking, sophisticated and chic. But it is also quirky and personal. It offers you comfort with beauty. It typically consists of countryside romantic aesthetics with a rustic feel to it. Simply put, the french style of interior design combines the old and new eras. It creates the perfect balance of finesse and flamboyance with ease.
Le français est ma déclaration de style…
- The classic French elegance is merged with a rustic, country aesthetic, creating a balance between beauty and comfort. It feels lived-in and welcoming, but still impeccable.
- Lines are curved, while there is no hint of ornamentation or opulence, as natural materials, like wood with carvings and a low key finish, are used.
Have you ever thought of having a home that looks like a cosy chalet in a thick jungle? Chalet interior design is about outdoorsy elegance, offering warmth, relaxation and comfort. This design brings you close to nature. There’s the prolific use of heavy timbers, rugged surfaces, patterns inspired by nature and stone paving. It’s hard to come by a style this romantic and robust at the same time.
Do you like ambient mood fragrances ?
- Cover the floor of your living room with soft carpets, wicker bowls and baskets filled with natural objects like stones, wood, and pone cones, put brown curtains on your windows, and add table lamps on corners
- Whether it’s warm and sunny or a snowstorm is brewing, chalets are about experiencing the great outdoors, outdoors.