A 2500 sqft house in a 50-year-old building which humbly demonstrates the meaning of form over function and perfectly fits into the glitz and glamour of Mumbai. Designed as a holiday home for a Dubai based family and the house is spread across a large living area, four bedrooms, a sprawling kitchen and a servant’s room. The beautifully designed entrance foyer oozes aesthetic beauty and sets the tone for the rest of the house. The perfect blend of decadent wood, patterned flooring and mirrors amp up the cozy feeling one gets on stepping into the apartment.
The textured white walls with brass accents and sheer curtains create a calm and relaxing atmosphere. The showstopper here is a luxurious rug and a marble coffee table and Potted plants are used to break the monotony. The living area is designed keeping functionality in mind, While the neutral theme and brass accents add glamour, darker furnishings ensure easy maintenance. Dramatic lighting and bespoke furniture pieces add to the exuberance. The unusually spacious kitchen design gravitates towards concealed and clean integration, with maximized and clever storage solutions and the bedrooms are designed with minimalism and a “less is more” approach.
Neutral walls and contemporary furniture give the rooms a clean and classic feel with occasional art being the focal point of the room. Natural elements, by way of wood and greenery bring the outdoors in and the bathrooms in this meticulously designed space are unconventionally glam and even eclectic. The spacious master bathroom feels bright with an all-white palette accented with patterned tiles and a burst of blue. Another bathroom relies on earth tones and rich texture resulting in an elegantly serene escape. The sumptuous choice of sanitary ware makes a major impact in the luxurious space. The eclectic flooring and large wall tiles create movement while the fittings, sconces and knobs take on a metallic elegance and a mix of texture and patterns make this space comfortable, inviting and full of style.