4 decorative elements needed to create a Karan Johar style child’s room
The challenge of designing a nursery from the start can be overwhelming for a new parent. Why not take inspiration from famous Bollywood parents? Karan Johar, director and producer of Bollywood, is known for his particular style and taste. Johar’s design sensibilities extend to his home as he is known for creating some of the most famous sets in Indian cinema. He shares an 8,000 square foot Bandra duplex with his mother, Hiroo Johar, and twins Yash and Roohi Johar. While the rest of the room stands out with modern interiors and dark tones, it was the baby room Gauri Khan designed when Johar’s twins were born that piqued our interest this time around.
Let’s review the 4 decorative elements to steal for the nursery of your next baby.
1. White color nursery
Khan developed a neutral bedroom for the two babies, moving away from the pink and blue clichés and keeping a sleek canvas open to modification creating a calm and soothing space all in white. The white areas are clean, bright and easy to update making them look fresh and modern. Add a bold accent color or change up your accessories for a totally different look. Simple white decor also makes nurseries less cluttered, masking a host of post-playtime mischief.
2. Dark parquet
Dark hardwood flooring is a beautiful surface for any nursery, offering classic style and stunning imagery. They are simple to clean and allow you to wipe up spills. This is especially true for hardwoods that are impermeable. The contrast of a dark floor with light or white furniture and bedding, as in the twin bedroom, can be striking! Dark wood floors in your nursery can make a great statement.
3. Luxury White Furniture
Karan Johar’s soft white nursery couldn’t be more opulent! Rich, lush materials abound, and refined elements like the arched glass shelf display case and white sofa help create a room fit for royalty. The muted white tones, rather than being harsh or austere, create a warm, inviting ambiance that is as soothing as it is attractive.
4. Jungle Inspired Decals
Jungle-inspired decals and dark wood floors set the tone for the space, while ‘Winnie the Pooh’ designs lend a whimsical touch to the kids’ room. You might find some great murals, ranging from framed paintings to cartoon-style decals that are easy to apply and remove. One can also experiment with fantastic decoration styles found on various home items such as cushions, rugs, rugs and even ottomans. A coffee table with an animal motif sits in the Johar twins nursery, bringing a splash of color to the design.
So if you’re looking for a minimalist nursery for your baby or toddler, our handpicked edit above will help you recreate a similar design for your kids’ room.
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