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Designing a residential space, requires a lot of creative thought. You may be skimming through architecture and design magazines, checking out sample flats for décor ideas, or joining various décor groups on social media platforms, to help you ideate. Housing.com got in touch with leading interior designers and architects across the country, to showcase some beautifully-designed homes. Let us take a tour of the Mumbai-based Fluid Home, designed by Quirk Studio team of Shivani Ajmera and Disha Bhavsar. It is a 1,500-sq ft property with versatile spaces that takes into consideration the need for spaces where the residents can work, rest and entertain themselves. Hence, the name Fluid Home.
Interior design highlights of the Fluid Home
In terms of flexibility, this home does justice to its name. This beautiful property in Mumbai is interesting too. Its walls can shift, ceilings can rise and rooms can perform multiple functions throughout the day and into night. Clearly, what looks like a warm, modern and chic abode for a nuclear family, is also a fusion of modern sensibilities and trends.
The interiors and warm, owing to ample natural light within the house and warm shades, soft pastel colours and neutral hues. The house opens up into a foyer, with the living room further ahead. The living room has splashes of grey, synchronised with the wooden false ceiling.
A bold green-coloured sofa in one of the corners of the living room, adds contrast to the space. In addition, a blue abstract rug accentuates the overall look and feel.
The flooring and walls are in light pastel tones and the minimalistic décor stands out attractively.
Kitchen interior design
Modern plus classical – that is exactly what the open kitchen décor appears to be. The kitchen opens out into the living room space and is separated by a large sliding door or moving wall made with 3D MDF tiles, finished in grey textured IPS. This ads an eclectic element to a space that is essentially straight-forward.
The colour palette remains the same and is coupled with brass lighting. The open marble-top breakfast counter adds texture to the overall space.
The master bedroom follows the same colour trend – muted yet warm. A grey bed offsets the near-salmon pink interiors of the room. The corners have brass pendant lights, along with recessed lights, which bring a soothing sense of luxury to the space.
The aesthetic quality of the bedroom is reinforced by the fish bone-patterned parquet flooring while the ornamental lighting at the bedside looks graceful.
The guest bathroom has soft pink tiles and features light grey flooring. The master bathroom is done in contrasting colours, with a soothing grey colour across the walls and warm wooden textures adding a pop of colour.
Bathrooms and personal space design
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Living space design
The Fluid Home is a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics. What do you think?
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Where is Fluid Home located?
Fluid Home is located in Mumbai.
Who designed Fluid Home?
Fluid Home has been designed by Quirk Studio.
What is the design theme of Fluid Home?
Fluid Home’s design theme is based on a minimalistic modern décor, combined with flexible spaces for a nuclear family.