If there is anything a Mumbai home needs the most, it is the flexibility of the usage of the space, which lends itself to a quirky decor. This Mumbai home called The Fluid Home does just that. It takes the idea of flexible spaces and adds to it modern sensibilities and trends to create a warm home for a nuclear family. Designed by Disha Bhavsar and Shivani Ajmera’s avant – garde Interior Design firm, Quirk Studio, this 1500 sq.ft chic abode welcomes one into a palette of soft pastels and neutral hues.
It opens up into a foyer with the living room that is characterised by splashes of grey and a false wooden ceiling that adds to the charm of the space. The living, dining and kitchen operate seamlessly in one large space where the kitchen is separated by a moving textured wall that adds a quintessentially straightforward but eclectic element to the space. The open marble breakfast counter adds a touch of modern and luxurious aesthetic to the breezy space while the all wooden dining table makes for a simple but elegant place to share meals.
The neutral hues are accessorised with a teal coloured chaise lounger in the corner near the window that adds a pop of colour to the grey, white and brown dominated space.
The Master bedroom also follows the tone of the rest of the house and is painted in hues of grey and pastel pink with fishbone patterned parquet flooring. Two elongated mirrors by the bedside give an elite look to the room and ornamental lighting punctuate the bedside complimenting the muted tones that the house is set in.
The Bathrooms follow a similar colour scheme.
Carefully placed plants and pieces of art throughout the house resonate a sense of calm and warmth.
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