Beautiful Interiors: How Hidden Systems Create Comfort InHomes

by Rakshit J. Digital Marketing Expert

Today’s modern homes are not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing. You don’t see wires and pipes anywhere, the blubs are placed in a sunken manner, and then there are discreet corners that hide your cleaning supplies. But what makes an ordinary functional house different from a beautiful functional home is how the interior designers in Gurgaon have used the hidden system to make the house comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. So, if you are planning to remodel your home or building a new one, look at some of these hidden systems that you can ask your architect/interior designer about.

Let’s start with smart home designs that will make your home truly futuristic. Now that Amazon Alexa driven products are really available in India, it is time that you talk with your best architect in Gurgaon on how to build incorporating this feature. You can start with eliminating switchboards by replacing them with smart bulbs that can be controlled through voice command or app; both Philips and Wipro have them in the market now. Of course, you can’t do away with the switchboard totally, but you can make them in a streamlined manner. They can be set flush to the wall and not visible in a protruding manner. It will give your walls a refined bespoke finish and enhance their beauty.

The next hidden system that you can build in your home is your kitchen. If you want that minimalistic look for your kitchen, then use your kitchen island. Make it more functional with cupboards and drawers. If you have beautiful pottery and utensils that you want to display, then you can have open shelves in your kitchen island to display them. Enough space in your kitchen for storing your necessities? Then use a sliding door to hide the floor to wall shelves. It will not only look great but also make your kitchen more functional.

Another room that you can make more comfortable by using the hidden system is your living or entertainment room. Ask the interior designers in Gurgaon about their ideas on how to hide your entertainment units (your TV, speakers, etc) and bring it in focus only when you are relaxing. One suggestion will be to use sliding panels on the wall to hide the TV units. Another idea can be furniture with an inbuild TV lift. For the former type, you can also use decorative wooden wall panels that can open like barn doors. Similarly, built the entertainment unit side by side your bookcase and cover half of it with a sliding door. Just cover the side you are not using at the moment for a unique way to make your home comfortable.

Comfort in a small bedroom is often an issue. Ask the top architect in Delhi you hire about folding wall furniture that can be pulled down or pulled out to be used as a bed. You can also think about building a loft bed that will have storage units below and a stair on the side to go to your bed. Another way to save space and make the home comfortable in such a bedroom is to use a sliding door for the en-suite bathroom.

The nooks and corners in your home are often overlooked while designing a house. If you have a staircase within the room, the space below the staircase can be used in a multiple way. You can build a small toilet below it and use the outside walls for cabinets. The door to the bathroom can be build like the cabinet doors to give a smooth continuous look.

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