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Minimalist palette for Mumbai home

Photography: Aditya Warlekar

Mumbai-based Shubha Singhania has designed the Minimalist Chic, which is a residential project spanning 1500 sq. ft. The family of five wanted a warm, homely, and sophisticated living space. One enters through the modest foyer, leading to the living room dominated in white for spaciousness and calmness. Soft pastel colors are used for serenity, with green plants breathing life and the outdoors into the space.

The dining space features neutral colors for the marble stone tabletop, checkered fabric dining chairs, and a fluted glass door leading to the kitchen. One finds white and black in the kitchen with sky-blue accents for a functional and inviting cooking space, along with a white quartz countertop, white dado tiles, and white flooring. Sky-blue under-counter storage spaces are accentuated with black-framed fluted glass shutters.

The master bedroom has a bespoke kalakaarihaath wallpaper adorned with black, bringing artisanal craftsmanship to the space. A warm pink headboard adds softness and femininity, while fluted wardrobe shutters and hand details add refined luxury. Veneer and onsite interventions create an ethnic-inspired look in the parent’s bedroom, breaking societal expectations. The child’s room has a platform bed for comfort and playfulness, with greys, pinks, reds, and ample storage.