Located in Mumbai’s posh suburb of Juhu, this 1,250 sq ft. flat designed by Sejal Shah from Studio Kreate, is a beautiful abode right in the middle of the city.
The decor of the house is a blend of classic and contemporary design, using modern textures and art.
To begin with, the living room is simple yet cosy with a grey suede couch, throw pillows and a statement black and white striped chair. Colourful paintings, wall decor and indoor plants help brighten and enliven the room.
The dining area too is furnished in minimalist, modern decor with a cut-out service window that opens up to the kitchen. The shutters on the service window feature a beautiful mandala design, which was, in fact, painted by the client’s daughter, giving the space a personal touch.
The master bedroom is painted with soft green, cream, and grey colours and is spiced up with blue glass pendant lights.
The home owner’s daughter’s room is painted in playful aquamarine colour and white, blue and tan colours.
An elegant dresser with a vanity mirror and back shelves that are decorated with adorable trinkets and figures give out playful childlike energy to the room.
Another room called the den, nicknamed the ‘boho room’ was designed to exude a “sit and stay awhile” feel with a casual-chic aesthetic. The room is defined by a laid back daybed, ground seating, lived-in linen fabric, and is finished with lots of intricately designed cushions to help build up a welcoming floor-seating atmosphere.
A few elements in the den really help bring out the boho aesthetic like the wood stick figurines, tiny succulents as well as sized out plants and candlesticks laid out decoratively.