Seamless and free-flowing, this Scandinavian-themed home in Mumbai is all about fresh details. With a set colour scheme of whites, greys, sage green and lilac, the colours and textures used throughout this home create a warm and welcoming feeling. Natural light is abundant throughout the living space. The natural light accentuates all the textures, patterns and materials used. Natural stone highlights the softness of rugs and the airiness of couches. A play on modern timelessness, there is an emphasis on clean lines, utility and simple furnishings which are beautiful and cosy. A variety of small spaces are created in one large space by using forms, textures and geometry.
The interiors are designed around natural light. Using a blend of textures and hues which read sleek and contemporary, but give a warm and inviting feel to the living area. Minimalism was a priority when choosing the furnishings of this space. Through abstract patterns and contrasting tones, the right amount of interest and drama is created.
Muted tones of beige and off-white are brought to life with metallic light fixtures, throw pillows and dual-toned textured rugs. The curved bar is highlighted with sage green and a circular table is in the centre. This is a perfect space for entertaining.
Principal Architect : Qutub Mandviwala
Associate Architect : Mita Patel
Year : 2023
Company : Private Client