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Minimalist colours for Mumbai apartment

Mumbai-based RU Atelier has designed the House of Warmth, which is a 2BHK apartment project spanning 800 sq. ft. in Dombivli. The client wanted a welcoming, minimalist, and spacious home, using a simple and constrained material palette. Following a color palette of grey, white, teak brown, green, and pastel pink, the home also optimizes its resources as per the fixed space.

One enters through the entrance area, whose walls are decorated with wooden paneling and white marble that extends to the living area. Oak veneer, clean lines, and textured wall paneling define the living area. Furniture and soft furnishings are blended to create a sense of warmth, and the dining table is set against a dramatic backdrop.

Located off the passageway is the master bedroom, which is designed as a sanctuary with grey textured walls, a grey-upholstered bed frame, and a dark-timber wardrobe. Side tables and pendants are chosen to complement the design, adding a large window that fills the room with natural light. Following a pure white and blue color palette, the minimal and monochromatic design uses wooden furniture and natural light streaming through the window.

The children’s bedroom is an airy and spacious space that is low-maintenance and features pastel colors without compromising the room’s practicality. The pink headboard blends with the mint-green bed-back paneling for a peaceful presence, along with a storage cabinet and study corner. Wooden and textile furnishings add visual and textural interest.