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Boho looks for Mumbai home

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Mumbai-based Asumi Rawat Design has designed Zota, which is a 4BHK residential project spanning 3000 sq. ft. It features a boho aesthetic with wood and printed fabrics for a warm and inviting atmosphere, welcoming the resident through a red console and a frosted wall mirror. The living room is designed with various seating options, thus creating a versatile and visually appealing space. A variety of furniture pieces maintains an individual and eclectic look without the need for wall paneling.

The dining room has a teak console with layers of teakwood, which is known for its durability and aesthetic appeal. A neutral grey palette is chosen for the kitchen for its pleasing and modern aesthetic and imbibes a calm and inviting atmosphere while remaining stylish. A customized L-shaped sofa that converts into a bed in the den is a practical and comfortable choice, along with a quirky wall painting that negates the idea of heavy wall paneling.

Coming to the master bedroom, one finds upholstered ochre-colored seating and textured wallpaper. This leads to the master bathroom with a rainforest theme, with green counters and a rainforest wall painting for a nature-inspired look to unwind in. The elder son’s bedroom features wooden paneling behind the bed and an upholstered bed, thus combining style and functionality.

On the other hand, the younger son’s bedroom has a vibrant blue wall, an upholstered bed, and a study table for creativity and relaxation. Here, one finds a bathroom with fawn counters and wall art. The guest room has a Murphy bed and a Sabyasachi wallpaper, matching the print on the bed. One finds light electric blue on the wardrobe for a stylish and well-coordinated space.