3BHK Mumbai Home Walkthrough by Livspace Interior Designer

Hi, I’m Heny Savla. I’m a Senior Interior Designer at Livspace. Honestly, the clients – they’re very simple people. Sanjay and Neeta, and I wanted the same to be reflected in the space. So I’ve used minimal straight line design making it modern and very easy to maintain. This was a very transparent process where Sanjay and Neeta were involved with us at every stage. From design till the final output. So on to even with the minute detailed discussions of the materials to help them visualize the home better, we created 3Dviews for them and transformed it into this beautiful reality.

Also, Sanjay and Neeta are ardent readers. So we’ve created a small library for them with some metallic accents. It’s a space where they can unwind. So every house is an aura of themselves so I wanted the clients personality to be reflected at every space that I’m creating. In the master bedroom I’ve left a very minimal design. It’s a floating bed with a floating side tables, it looks very connected like one piece. And some diffused lighting here and there to just add ambience and for accents. If we see the junior master bedroom, I’ve played with beiges and sophisticated browns. So the different materials that I used, the veneer, the glass, the glass beaded wallpaper. In totality it gives a very comfortable and a very cosy feel. Talking about the living room, we’ve done some panelling in the passage just camouflaging all the doors. And the bar is a very interesting feature. It’s a vertical sliding bar, so it looks like a storage or just a very fancy piece that is displayed, but otherwise it’s a functional bar.

The silk wallpaper that is used in the living room just adds a little more to the richness of the entire space. To now make the place look larger, I’ve used a lot of mirrors around the space so that it adds a lot of transparency to the space, adds volume to the space and makes the space look larger, bringing in the natural light with the play of the beiges and the browns and the neutral colours to just go with the entire palette. Actually, I like the entire house, it holds a very special place in my heart. But I like the living room couch the most. It’s a Fendi replica with this beautiful Indian hand art behind, and it’s the most comfortable space of the house. .

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