House Interiors

Redesigned and refurbished into an aesthetical traditional as well as contemporary interiors, this rental house located in Wadala, Mumbai was an interior project which was completed in a quick time-span of forty-five days.
Status – Ongoing | Team – Seeja Sudhakaran, Khushbu Davda, Saloni Chheda, Rajat Patil

Settled into a blend of blue, pink and turquoise colour palette, this modern eclectic interior, is an attention seeker in itself. Capturing the beautiful views of outdoors and blending it with an antique set of interiors, it thrives to be user friendly, with ample amount of natural light and ventilation amplifying the ambiance of this space. The contrast use of cool and bold colors in the living room adds to the simplicity and vividity of the design for the space. These colors also helped in making the space look more accommodating and spacious. 

The use of a pop of bold color with a cool pink sofa set is the highlight of the living room. It makes the spaces vibrant, brighter and stupendously appealing to the eye. The pop of pink is complimented with lots of blues and mustards which creates a contrast of contemporary and traditional design. The room is creatively spruced up with some of the furniture and decor pieces from the client’s collection, which makes them feel more connected with the space.

The outstanding blue crockery unit was an antique piece from the client’s collection and was refurbished into an elegant piece that seamlessly goes with the entire theme of design. The living and dining area completely opens up to a huge balcony with beautiful views. We designed the whole space to compliment the beautiful daylight brightening up the entire space. 

The 13-year-old kid’s room was made more playful with introducing bunk bed furniture and blue color palettes. The arch wall artwork with shades of blue brings the entire space together with a arch shaped mirror and the bunk bed. A study table was designed keeping in mind the amount of storage required by the users.

The master bedroom has a fusion of traditional elements with contemporary patterns and antique furniture. MDF paneling was done for the feature wall of the room and was painted over; the old artworks of the client’s mother were framed which magnificently fit well with the whole design scheme. The decor objects and accessories smartly introduced the gold in the palette for a luxurious edge to the design.