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WHAT IS MISSING IN THIS DESIGN? GIVE ME SUGEESIONS.
A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
February 27, 2013 in Design Dilemma
MY DESIGNS.
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rawketgrl
What is missing? If these 3 rooms are all in the same house I would feel a bit anxious...there does not seem to be much aside from the floor, the cool lights and ceilings that link these spaces together. With only 1 view of each space it is a little hard to tell.
February 27, 2013 at 10:01PM     
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rawketgrl
Perhaps the scale of a few things in the TV area. I like the texture of those 2 accent walls. The coffee table should be closer to the couch, so I can set my beer on it without stretching. Also the rug under the table is kind of small and it should be against the couch and sit out into the room with the coffee table on it and maybe a chair next to couch. I can't quite see the TV wall but I do not like the "floating" book shelf, I think I would scoot it closer to the TV but it all seems built in...hard to tell on my monitor. Probably looks ok if you see the whole wall. The leather couch on the far end of the dining table looks a little lonely. What is the purpose of that space? I think I would get rid of the couch or put it over by the TV area (If there is room), and get a larger dining table with some funky seating options and scoot the whole dining table down into that space. The brown cloth couch in the living area across from the TV looks like it has a cast on its arm. Did it fall down? It is probably just my monitor but the living area looks brown and yellow. I think I would add another color as my main accent, possibly dark olive green....

In the yellowish bedroom I really like the floor and the room has nice lights. I am instantly scared for my shins with the floating shelf under the TV. Also a TV in the bedroom? Not my choice but I am different..... LOL... Is the fan running? if not the blades are missing. :) I think you have olive green and yellowish here, I might add some black....

In the blue bedroom those lights are uber cool. I am not sure what the blue "Skylight" is over the bed a transport device? Also a fan over the bed seems choppy. The design on the bed does not seem to go with the room but it is very pretty. To help it go with the rest of the house maybe add black and yellow. Then at least you have yellow in all rooms of the house.

Other than that nothing...LOL..beautiful spaces really neat architecture. nice job. :D
February 27, 2013 at 10:13PM     
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Darzy
Beautiful spaces! Love them all. The only thing I think is needed is a much larger area rug under the coffee table in the living space. The small rug makes the room feel "small' and of course, it is not!
February 27, 2013 at 10:36PM     
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homefashion1
Shekhar, I like the colors you used in the room, however, I would emphaze the tray ceiling by painting it an accent color. Also, the sofa is too far away from the tv & table. A sectional would work nicely there. Get rid of that rug. It distracts from the room. Use a larger rug if needed.
February 27, 2013 at 10:49PM     
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ASVInteriors
Very nice pictures but I can see a few touches that might make them less show and more home if you wish
Picture 1 - a much larger rug - or two rugs - it will add texture to the floor which is lovely but signals cold and hard. Need to break that up. The light above your dining table looks like a cold LED light whereas your other lights are warm - you should keep both the same type of light and I would even suggest a pendant light here which would cut the horizontal lines with a vertical one. Cushions or throws on your sofa, add colour and visual texture.
Picture 2 - again rugs to add some visual textural warmth (they don't have to be wool but they must look 'fluffy' or welcoming
A chair or chaise long by the window would work for kids to read, and play with a rug on the floor for them there. Opposite the bed, would be nice to hang some artwork on both sides of the TV - large posters that can be changed out as they grow up for example
Picture 3 - while I love the flowers on the bed, they seem out of place with the techno lighting design and wallpaper you have added here. I would add more art work on the walls, a rug, and change out the covers to something more dramatic and techno
All the best for this lovely home
February 27, 2013 at 11:09PM     
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A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
VERY VERY THANX TO ALL SUGGESTION MAKER. I KEEP NOTICE THESE THINGS IN MY NEXT PROJECTS. THANX AGAIN
February 27, 2013 at 11:21PM   
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yvesun
Nothing adds life & colour to a room like live flowers. Although architecturally speaking your house is very spacious and contemporary and state of the art, it lacks depth & texture.
February 27, 2013 at 11:21PM     
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eribbans
Books and flowers :)
February 28, 2013 at 1:21AM   
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aimran
are these computer generated images?
February 28, 2013 at 3:20AM   
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4isablessing
Dining room needs a dramatic chandelier. Area rugs to give it a softer feel to the room which seems too cold for me. and also, plants and art work on the walls.
February 28, 2013 at 3:53AM   
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Sherri Fitzgerald - Ultimate Decor
These pictures are very beautiful. You have a real talent for design. Most of the commenters here are western and your work looks like it is from India so your style is different but at the same time very modern with great design elements. In the west a lot of us prefer things that make our rooms more cozy... like bigger rugs, chandeliers above the dining tables, lamps on end tables by our sofas and more picture are on the walls and vases large and small to take up space. Our style is different in many ways but we can get wonderful ideas from your rooms. They are crisp and clean looking with bold design elements. I also looked at the 'projects' on your home page. you have some very nice ideas. I love how you used the post in the picture below and the bold wallpaper is amazing. Are they all your designs? Very Nice!

February 28, 2013 at 4:22AM     
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A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
VERY VERY THANKS MAM,
February 28, 2013 at 4:39AM   
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Sherri Fitzgerald - Ultimate Decor
You're welcome. It's nice to see an international side of Houzz.
February 28, 2013 at 8:32AM   
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A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
WHAT WE CAN ADD MORE TO LOOK THIS INTERIOR BEAUTIFUL , PLEASE SUGGEST MY DEAR FRIENDS.
May 16, 2013 at 9:20AM   
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hparks74
Is that brass on the ceiling fan? You have done a nice job on your MCM remake but I think your dining table is to heavy.
May 16, 2013 at 9:23AM   
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Home Locators
A darker color on the tray ceiling could help to bring it into the room more.
May 16, 2013 at 9:35AM   
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Home Locators
Here is a ceiling treatment in bronze that illustrates the concept. (sorry the photo is a little dark)
May 16, 2013 at 9:40AM   
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A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
THANKS TO HOME LOCATORS.
May 16, 2013 at 9:47AM     
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Sherri Fitzgerald - Ultimate Decor
I think your room needs more color. I love these color ceilings. If you choose a color for the ceiling and add a few pillows and vases in that color I think it would be nice. Or even paint the shelf area under the tv the same as the ceiling. I noticed you don't use many rugs in your designs but I think a large area rug under the coffee table that would be big enough to let their feet touch the soft rug when they sit on the couch....the rug could have a few touches of rhe ceiling color as well.... there are some nice contemporary rug styles on houzz you might want to concider as well. try these links... http://www.houzz.com/photos/contemporary/rugs/pt-738 http://www.houzz.com/ceiling-color
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May 16, 2013 at 11:54AM   
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yvonnecmartin
I am missing reading lamps and books and magazines. In addition, in the living room, how does one have a face-to-face conversation? Is the room only for watching tv? The coffee table is too far from the couch.
May 16, 2013 at 12:41PM   
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Angelina Vick
I think it's too monochromatic.
May 16, 2013 at 12:43PM   
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A.CHANDRA SHEKHAR
THANKS FOR UR NICE SUGGESTIONS. I NEVER USED A RUGS OR CARPETS IN MY INTERIORS SUCH AS BIG BED ROOMS AND LIVING ROOMS I OFTENTIMES USED RUNNERS OF WOOLEN AND SILK MATERIALS.
May 17, 2013 at 5:37AM   
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Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
I think you need a larger rug and a new coffee table.
May 17, 2013 at 11:52AM   
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Mona Ives
With your original pictures - I agree with larger rug. But I don't agree with comments suggesting the rooms are monochromatic. They are lively indeed. I think you are just missing some accessories! Art work on the empty walls - even just a single large dramatic piece is in order. In the bedroom on the white wall, in the living space behind the sofa, in the greenish bedroom behind the two beds. Those are instant areas where you can improve. But I think your spaces are lovely and well put together. Also I agree with the comment about table lamps - some of those would really add something, and your coffee table looks so empty - maybe just one gorgeous bowl, or stack some books. These rooms are 90% done in my opinions, just need a few finishing touches. Some of my rooms come out like this because the clients are not willing to pay for those last few finish items or feel they can do that part themselves...
May 17, 2013 at 12:31PM   
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