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Neutral colors for Mumbai apartment

Photography: Studio Colourblind

Mumbai-based Studio Rohini Bagla has designed the Ethereal Home, which is a 3BHK apartment project spanning 1300 sq. ft. The client had a grand piano and they wanted that to be the focal point, along with a contemporary design with old-world accents. As they are a small family of three, the design team demolished the walls of one room and merged it with the living room. Adding a folding sliding partition visually expands the room, and converts the same into a guest room. Otherwise, it remains a den and entertainment room.

The grey and black main door is the main highlight, flanked by a white brick wall. One finds the kitchen on the right side through a fluted glass door, which is a neutral space highlighted by Spanish-style patterned flooring. The dining space has a greyish-blue sideboard with a mirror, also acting as a bar and crockery unit.

The living room uses white and neutral colors and is visually divided into formal and informal seating areas. The reversible jhoola is the focal point of this space flanked by two sofa sets, while the informal seating area has a sofa embedded into the wall. Colors here are added through paintings, rugs, and accessories. The minimalist master bedroom uses grey and brown colors and has a plain headboard with a study on one side and a wardrobe on the other. The daughter’s bedroom features blue, beige, and white as per her love for blue. The wardrobes are finished in PU, and the bathroom has shades of blue and grey.