Designed by Chalk Studio, The Soiree Home is an eclectic abode of minimalism

Schenelle Dsouza
An 1800 sq. ft project, the Soiree Home, by Chalk Studio is a functional, minimalistic abode that incorporates clean colour palettes with contrasting hues of olive, beige and pink.
The living room features a symmetrical, monochromatic design that flows seamlessly with the dining area, to create a unified abode emanating understated elegance. The neutral colours on the walls exude tranquillity that is accentuated with the green accent sofas that add a pop of bright colour.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
Instead of a TV unit, a chic asymmetrical console has been added, bringing about the vibrancy of the curved sofas. Bespoke mouldings have been used as a binding element to create a perfect flow in the living room.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
Enveloped in tones of beige and grey, the dining area contains an oval table with four chairs. A custom-made planter becomes the signature element bringing the outdoors into the indoors creating a balance between urban living and nature.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
An intimate corner of the apartment has been transformed into a lounge area with windows offering stunning cityscape views. A large grey sofa lends subtlety while stack shelves for books make it an ideal space for work from home sessions or reading marathons.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
The bedrooms see a contemporary retake with wood panelling behind the beds. This feature stands out against the white and clean walls, dominated by hues of beige, cream with patterned linen and cushions. A dark blue chair lies in one corner, garnering all the sunlight that seeps through the balcony.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
The kid’s bedroom has two beds with ink blue bed linen and a study table in one corner. Bay windows allow ample sunshine, creating an illusion of space in this room.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
Monochromatic artworks on one of the walls define the entire space, creating a charming safe haven that sparks joy and bliss.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
Décor pieces like a blue vase, printing blocks, coffee table books and wooden pieces further bring out the eclectic side of the apartment. The design of the residence keeps functionality at the centre to exude an uncluttered vibe.
Photography credits: Jagjit Singh
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