Shailesh & Anjali Barasara’s Residance by Salt Studio

  • Project Name: Shailesh & Anjali Barasara’s Residance
  • Architect firm/Design studio: Salt Studio
  • Architect : Henish Kakadiya
  • Location: Antila Hills Apartments ∣∣ Morbi ∣∣ Gujarat ∣∣ India
  • Area: 3600 sqft
  • Architect in charge: Henish Kakadiya & Anjali Gajjar
  • Design Team: Henish Kakadiya, Anjali Gajjar, Mitul Visavadiya, Bhavesh Parmar
  • Photography: Depictions by Prachi Khasgiwala
  • Interior styling: Uplifting Depictions
An attempt to make a 21st century home with throwbacks to the past is easy to talk about but difficult to envisage and that is what make this luxurious apartment in Morbi standout from the rest . The apartment in the heart of  the Ceramic City, with the simplicity and grandiose associated to it, is successfully amalgamated into this living space designed by Ar. Henish Kakadia of Salt Studio. "A home mélange of luxury and sophistication, designed to aesthetically be pleasing as well as be an house and abode for its residents is how we envisioned the house to be" adds Mr Kakadia.
The entrance resembles the charm of simplicity with a touch of elegance Even the name plate is designed with keeping the old world charm in. On entering, the space opens into a grandeur living area. Where dramatic effect is created with accenting wooden sofas embraced with several centerpieces along with dark textured rug on the floor. However, the center of attraction of this area is uniquely designed wooden ceiling, so delicate and eye catchy yet perfectly blend into the echoed plain white ceiling. All this minute details submerges together and reflects designer’s immense fecundity about the space.
The wicker styled wardrobes offset the sturdy look of the wooden edifices into radiating an intricate and fragile beauty. 
An open area works well particularly for family home especially in these three spaces – living room, dining and kitchen. The connection between these spaces is carried from traditional period. Over here the Kitchen is perpendicular to dining and living room, where kitchen is designed in modern theme with wooden cabinets and Moroccan tile backsplash  giving  it an angelic touch. Moreover, the centre of attraction is the artistically bodacious wooden dining table giving off luscious rooted vibes.  
With the even segregation of spaces, Bedrooms are proclaimed as sleeping chambers. In all these rooms different pastel palettes are used with wood being the centre theme. Most of them are subtle and bold by highlighting the feature of the room. One of the common attributes in all these rooms is the usage of wooden material. An organic material, symbolizing life, growth and strength. 
The designer’s assimilation of space is known by the perfect amalgamation of the spaces into the house which reflects distinctive features of each space which makes it look more elegant and stylish in its own ways.


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