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Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House

Designed by Ar. Sara Shah and Nilay Shah, this apartment meets the desires and needs of each family member as they believe a home must be a reflection of one's persona.
Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House

This 2100-square-feet apartment comprises living room, dining and four bedrooms with four bathrooms which is located in Island City Center by Bombay Dyeing, Wadala. The plan of this apartment is the combined living-dining space with small puja area and bedrooms follow in line with the master bedroom at the end of the passage. The client, a family of five, was very much clear about what they wanted. Understanding the family needs was more important, but keeping aesthetic in the focus. We designed the whole apartment on the “Eclectic & Modern Classic” theme keeping it sophisticated yet luxurious.

Today's time demands customization in each and every corner. So, we took the 'mix and match' approach. The firm super-specializes in styling and curating of furniture along with accessories and lighting from the best companies in Italy, all tailor-made to fit the requirement. So, the apartment is the amalgamation of luxurious Italian furniture along with some accents from Indian companies.

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Each space is a reflection of their aspirations for a modern and luxurious lifestyle. With Italian furniture we successfully created a luxurious environment. Individual bedrooms reveal more intimate tastes. Throughout the house, materials and design are perfectly balanced by using different textures and chic hues. Take for instance the wardrobes in each bedroom, they are designed as statement pieces that rise above its functional objectives.

Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House
Living Room and Dining

Being a part of the film and legal industry, the client and his family are actively social and love to host guests frequently hence the living & dining room is designed for decent social interactions. The furniture positions of the room were carefully planned to accommodate a large number of guests. A 3-seater sofa with chaise longue and 2-armchairs from Ditre are faced each other to create an intimate setting.

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The exquisite brushed bronze finished bookshelf in the corner is from Cattelan Italia and makes that corner astounding. In this space we started with grey, brown and bronze tones and added the green hues in the armchairs and sofa-back wall to break the monotony of the space and make it look inviting. The dining wall is paneled with bronze-finish mirror to create spaciousness and a sense of grandeur. The gorgeous dining table & chairs with it and the sideboard in brushed bronze finish is from our eternal love Cattelan Italia.

Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House
Daughter's Bedroom

The client wanted her room to be brighter and more colorful. So, we used the wallpaper you can see on the bed-back wall is from Wall&deco that the client and we fell in love with. We used similar tones in the bed which from Le comfort, the armchair one of our favorite pieces from Bonaldo, and wardrobe keeping tv unit with dresser and bedside stand in neutral tones like grey and white.

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Taking a risk with color is a big step, but it paid off incredibly. Balancing a bold color with neutrals and repeating the color are two keys to success. The curtains have ombre pattern that dressed it up just so.

Mother's Bedroom

This bedroom has a warmth to it. It was conceptualized on the neutral tones like sandy shades on walls, wardrobe and the bed which is prefect environment for relaxation. To add splash of the color, we put bold-vibrant rustic colored with gold finish geometric-patterned in it in one of the corners of this bedroom which is contrasting beautifully with the look.

Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House
Master Bedroom

Unlike the other rooms, the master bedroom is a bright, beautiful sun-kissed space. One being Advocate, so we went for high end luxury approach. The eye-catching design detail lies in the molding of the wall paneling. With the modern classic theme, white is a popular choice. So, we played with shapes and textures using the color pearly white on wardrobes and the main wall.

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The stunning bed and bedside stands from DV Homes brings the perfect design melody to the bedroom, with velvet fabric and beveled bronze finish mirror, making the bedroom experience more splendid.

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Son's Bedroom

Being a film director, the client wanted his room to be splash of colors and materials. This bedroom has the rainbow of hues. We used one of our favorite materials/texture is Sabulator Soft paint (pearl finish paint) from Val Paint as the finish on the upper half of the bed-back wall. The wardrobes in this room are made in such a way that becomes a statement piece.

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In the entrance wardrobe, we used a significant Wall&deco wallpaper on shutters which is acting as an oversized artwork for the space. The wardrobe against bed is finished in dyed blue veneer while the bed from Bolzan is upholstered in fresh green velvet fabric which has a clean, light design.

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Kitchen

Like other spaces, the kitchen too has its own color scheme which is bold and beautiful. The shutters are covered in rose-gold finish and the white statuario marble on counter top and backsplash to control the drama and make it look luxurious.

Mumbai, Wadala : The Luxe House
Bathrooms

All bathrooms were neutral-toned. To cut the dullness, we designed all vanities in a such way that it became focal point of the space. We used striking colors and gold-black finish for profile, mirror, lights to add dramatic touch to it.

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