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Neutral colour palette for Mumbai home

Furniture: Goizargi

Photographer: Ajay Kadam

Mumbai-based Rupin Suchak has designed the Ramayana, Sonakshi Sinha’s residence which was to be a minimalistic yet welcoming design. One would find neutral colour palettes brightened up with bright-coloured textiles, glass partitions, statement furniture and geometric shapes.

Upon entering the foyer, there is a durable stained-glass partition that leads the way to the living space. Treated and distressed floor-to-wall wooden panelling replace the previously-done embedded plywood cladding and thick teakwood panels done in the living room. This gave a light and spacious feel to the living space, which also features white pinewood flooring, white walls and modular furniture. The entire house is clad with 11-in thick marine plywood and a teak framework to maintain a consistent design.

Coming to the interior spaces, a second entrance directly leads to the bar – which follows a boho-flair design with green, brick and distressed textures. It further follows down to the makeup room and yoga room, which share a dusty-rose colour palette. Instead of a kitchen, there is a pantry that follows a boho-Morocco vibe with a neon infinity symbol sign. For the bedroom, an artistic wash with wood panelling and a walk-in closet are chosen.