1500 Square Feet 3 Bedroom Traditional Kerala Style Single Floor Budget Home Design and Plan

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Total Area : 1500 Square Feet
Budget : 25 Lacks

Porch
Sit Out
Living
Dining
3 Bedroom
Attached Bathroom
Common bathroom
Kitchen
Work Area
Pooja Room

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Entrance is one of the most expressive parts of the house. It can predict what is inside and set the tone for the interior. The traditional entry door is a cherry blossom above the cake if you are traditionally decorated. As an interior, it contrasts as a factor of surprise, bringing an eclectic dose. There are nine doors here, ready to inspire you. When it reaches the semi-open of this house, I will knock this brown brown door. This wooden door juxtaposed in the exposed brick or concrete features the details and heritage that has been reflected. A deeply molded rail and marion surrounding a rigid panel, and a richly engraved frame duplicate the stone sculpture found in the door of an Indian temple in the past era. This is a 2: 1 entrance door that allows occupants to open doors of different sizes individually as needed. Traditional minimalism is a dark and oversized handle and a bell of cow bells. In further examination, you will notice that the see-through from Tagore from the laser-cut technique is projected on the panel. This bungalow in Delhi exhibits a heavy frame entrance door as seen in the traditional houses of Gujarat. Hardwood sculpture, old style and floor give the flavor of what goes inside. Black tile covering and wooden door to create a warm entrance. If antiques are difficult to come by, you can use other traditional ones to create classic statements. The entrance door with this hole reminds me of the old design element of our age, Jari. This front door is lined with opaque panel doors for closed wall lights, making the visual frame more special.

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1500 Square Feet 3 Bedroom Traditional Kerala Style Single Floor Budget Home Design and Plan
1500 Square Feet 3 Bedroom Traditional Kerala Style Single Floor Budget Home Design and Plan

Courtesy : Manorama

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