Go through the previous video to get an idea about the various furniture that were still work in progress. Since then many changes have been made to what you see right now in the video.
As far as the living room is concerned, a selected wall has been painted with a ragging texture of asian paints with having a base coat of dark green and finished with a metallic orange paint on top. The highlighter wall is exactly opposite to the living room window and hence reflects a good amount of light. The TV unit on the other hand is complete with the central panel featuring a duco paint finish. Many Bangalore interior designers use the duco paints on almost every other surface of the furniture; and sometimes its better to use the duco paint in combination to the textured laminate as the duco paint itself offers quite a glossy feel.
The TV unit features a backlighting above the duco paint and yet the light doesn’t interfere with the TV screen as the offset of the same is lesser than the TV unit projection. On the left side you will find a spotlight lit insets where sculptures and other artistic items can be kept.
The TV unit draws in the bottom has space for the electronic peripheral devices and can be operated using a remote. On both the ends you can see the pebble trough which is designed to hold a layer of pebbles and can be filled with various pebbles to add the looks. The lighting in the room adds to a warm ambiance and feels very cozy.
Dining room has a nice central lighting that hangs above the dining table and has a low seating unit with pooja unit on the other side. The low seating unit has a curvy contour and around 12″ high and offers a very comfortable seating. On the back of the seating unit is a continuous wall panel which doesn’t serve any functional aspect, but adds to the looks of the otherwise bare wall.
The 5′ pooja unit has enough number of walls to support the various Hindu gods and has a LED light on the top which can be lit whenever required. The unit is provided with draws in order to store various pooja items.
The wardrobes are finished and cleaned and you can see that the wardrobe have gained a very good glossy feel. The hanger rods and locks have been installed inside the wardrobe and the handles have been too installed.
The study table has a wall painted blue in order to make it stand out and has rounded edges completed with the polishing touches.
One of the wall is painted blue and has a foot-ball shaped light installed on it to give it a playful feel.
All the wardrobes are completed with the edge polishing, and the wardrobe rods installed along with the handles installed. The wardrobe feature a pant pullout inside two units which lets one store their pants or saree and the unit can be pulled out and pushed in whenever required.
The TV unit ledge is fitted with the SS legs to give it even better support and all the edges are polished with the handles installed.
A wall is highlighted with the darker brown shade color.
The ledge is fixed with the SS clamps that can take the weight of the double ply and both the TV draws and wardrobe doors are fixed with the handles. The wardrobe has all the hanger rods completed and the locks installed.