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THE R&R PROJECT, by The Design Cube

Here's what the architectural firm has to say:

"DO YOU HEAR MUSIC IN THIS ROOM? We totally do and this year music and entertainment became the biggest design trends. People started appreciating spending time with family and friends and what's better than an entertainment room that opens up on a terrace garden. The project came to us mid-way. The structure was already done a few years back and the clients had moved-in without entirely finishing the house. The project brief was to create an activity room for recreational and rejuvenation purposes. We bifurcated the space into two portions, one a sitting area and second a bar area, this comprises the home theater room. A mid sized room that was based on "NEOCLASSICISM" a boundless art history, the wainscoting on the walls and stuatario cladding on the pillars with intricately carved crown moldings, this room is a perfect den for anyone who wants tranquility and luxury at the same time. The space converse together with the flow of a single tone, our favorite Grey pantone for the year."

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"The spa- lux bathroom is an extension to this project, in a time where we are tapping into self care and making our homes healthier, creating a master bathroom that is both indulgent and relaxing can do wonders for your physical and mental well-being. The tub that looks as good as it feels when it comes to unwind, slipping into those shimmering suds feels like a mini-vacation. To spend some quality "Me time", a luxurious tub is an indulgence that pays for itself time and time again. So the idea is to dim those lights, put on some soft music and sink into the tub of your dreams."

Architectural firm: @the_design_cube

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