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Client: Sanjay Singh, his wife Neeta and their two daughters
Location: Ajmera Zeon, Wadala East
Size of home: 3BHK spanning 1,050 sq ft
Interior designer: Heny Savla
Design Manager: Chandan Parimal Jha
Livspace service: Full home design (kitchen not included)
Budget: Rs. 25-30 Lakhs
Living Room & Entrance
You will be greeted by a large mirror, a delicate brown console table and a tangerine cushioned bench. “When you enter a house, you shouldn’t see a dead block,” recommends Heny. On one end, an L-shaped sectional sofa and two tangerine cushion chairs offer comfy seating space.
It is an interesting blend of cozy and smart elements. With three chairs, a bespoke corner bench and tangerine throw pillows, it’s perfect for casual meals and conversations. All this sits under a crystal chandelier against a raw silk wallpaper. Again, keeping up with the flow of careful second glances, Heny added storage space under the dining table to keep extra mats and knick-knacks.
There’s a cosy bar nook hidden away in the wooden cabinet opposite the dining table. The back painted glass side of the cabinet can be slid open, revealing the hidden bar space.
It has lots of natural light and with open spaces, the master bedroom defines soft elegance. A subtle fabric base wallpaper was added behind the bed.
The focal point of the room is the floating bed – a bed with no visible support yet fully functional and integrated with the wall.
A glass bead wallpaper for the centre wall adds a bit of texture for the room while the wooden tones add a touch of warmth.
Low bedside tables branch out from the bed and have been fitted with footlights. The 10 foot long mirror beside the wardrobe adds intrigue and continuity to the room. The wardrobe is finished in back painted glass and brown mirror. Veneer paneling was also done from the bathroom door to the bedroom door.
Sanjay and Neeta love books, and wanted a special place for their collection. So, Heny put in a veneer shelf with plenty of storage space topped off with metal work and spotlights at the top. She also put in a prayer space in the shelf with its borders in leafing.
For the study table, she used bent glass so that the space looks open and light. And above that, a wooden ledge for essentials.