Production designer Shruti Gupte styled a bedroom that is both refined and slightly eccentric. Featuring furniture, upholstery and lights from the House of Asian Paints
This is a space for interesting stories, for the person who makes unexpected choices for their personal spaces, someone confident enough to live with a measure of quirk. Production designer Shruti Gupte has created a bedroom that makes you curious about the person residing in it. The colour palette comprises of light shades and subtle tones. The main wall in a soft shade of grey, paired with an ivory colour wall creates a calming base. The furniture is upholstered in bold colours and yet they don’t overwhelm the space. Majority of the setting is in warm shades of red and brown while the bed contrasts it with a blue. The appearance of both in a similar saturation binds them in harmony.
The bed from the House of Asian Paints dominates the look with its structure and colour. While the day bed allows an extra space to laze on creating a comfortable window ledge experience for some indulgent time. The ottoman provides extra seating in the space while also adding to the look of the bed. The dressing table mirror and seat add a touch of luxury to the setting.
The upholstery on the bed and daybed stand in contrast, while the ottoman ties the two together. The cushions help layer both the beds with a variety in prints and colours adding a certain quirkiness to the look. All of which have been selected from the Sabyasachi Mukherjee for Nilaya range.
The lighting you choose can alter your bedroom design. On one side of the bed, a regal table lamp makes room for itself. A mix of metal and glass add to the grandeur of the room. The other side of the bed has pendant lamps with the same material composition but a completely different look. These have an antique feel to them while also having a modern vibe. Both the light fixtures have been curated from the House of Asian Paints.
The most striking pieces of accessory here are the various metal trays in the nook of the room. Taken from different styles and eras, these create an interesting assortment next to the window. The vases, bottles and holders in the room are carefully selected in glass creating various reflective surfaces. The flowers add freshness to the setting, and complete the look.