This project allowed creative freedom to flow since the client let them experiment with several materials, colours and textures.
The idea revolved around marrying modern pieces with antique and vintage.
The brief was an apartment with European aesthetic, as Monica has fond memories of her childhood in Europe.Thus, using a lot of fabrics which were realised in India but spoke an international language.
The apartment, originally 2.5 BHK, was transformed into a two bedroom, where one room was combined as a part of the living room with one corner as a study and the other as a dining area. Abundance of natural light from the floor to ceiling windows exuded openness.
A subdued colour palette with white and beige shades dominates the home, while colour accents in terms of accessories, wallpapers and fabrics have been added in all the rooms.
All the four walls in the living room are treated differently, yet the underlying theme is same to bind the whole space together.
The feature wall is the most visually arresting aspect of the home – it is adorned with pieces sourced from across the globe.
Wood printing blocks of various shapes and sizes were made into a collage to form the TV Wall backdrop and were painted white.
The essence of the rooms are kept simple and white, while the pop of pink is incorporated in the master bedroom and pale yellows in the other one.