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Same Room...Two Different Styles...

After finishing my previous project called Pebble House, where I designed my dream vacation house I wanted to do something a little bit different. I wanted to see if I could push myself and come up with two completely different design ideas while keeping the same space.

I went to my Cohoom.com profile and I started with a standard floorplan. creating the same floorplan of a bedroom with an en suite and a storage/walk-in wardrobe.

After going through some ideas I decided that for the first room I was going to create a space with minimal space with some scandi accents and the second room was going to be more on the maximalistic side.

First thing first was getting the mood-boards right. Starting with the first room, I wanted to make sure that I was able to capture the essence of the materials and the relationship between the shapes and the materials.

For the second room, and since maximalism can feel a bit chaotic at times, I wanted to create a mood-board that would work more as a "compatibility" reference for all the colours and textures I was planning to use and less as a strict point of reference.

It was at this point I realised that I had these two styles couldn't be more different.

So I started thinking about the main area of the space (the wall behind the bed and and the space around the windows). I then moved to the en-suite bathroom and finally finished the storage/study room.

Here's a collage of the 3D simulation images fore reference:

Minimalistic Option:

Maximalistic Option:

After finalising all the little details and rendering details I finally had a clear vision for both versions.

Here's the high definition pictures for the Minimalistic Option:

Here's the high definition pictures for the Maximalistic Option:

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