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16. Mumbai apartment Who lives here: A couple, their son and daughter Year completed: 2016Size: 232 square metres (2500 square feet); 4 bedrooms; 5 bathroomsArchitectural designer: Neha Kachhara, principal designer, and Alpana Sukerkar, interior designer, of Neha Kachhara Interiors Photos by PHX India Two tiny flats were combined to create a luxurious six-bedroom home for a family. The interiors are enriched with modern furniture and a muted scheme that’s enhanced with pops of colour and stylish storage. Read more about this home
The living-cum-dining room has a clean, crisp aesthetic, where a multitude of accessories, art, sofas and greenery balance each other effortlessly. The seating area is divided into two parts by a blue ottoman in the middle. With the living room in the centre, the master bedroom and the one for the daughter are situated to the left of it, and the kitchen, the son’s room and the guest room are on the right. Two large windows opposite the main door (not visible in the images) bring in ample light during the day. A muted colour palette was chosen where the walls were painted mushroom grey and beige Italian marble was chosen for the flooring.