The Minimalist House, Juhu
True to its name, the Minimalist House represents seamless interactions amongst timeless design and styling elements. This is a modern family home in Juhu, shared by a couple and their 2 daughters.
A generous influx of natural light across 1600 ft.² of carpet area gives the interior landscape a grounded, yet ethereal aura. Colour stories are uniform throughout, with classic shades of beige, soft sienna, and grey; offset by powdery pastel pinks and blues, and a touch of coral. Juxtaposing small, medium, or large prints and patterns was a creatively experimental part of the process. Subtle chevron patterns on bedroom walls compliment a similar angularity in tribal art details, or diamond medallion patterns on cushions and linen. Fluid ogees on curtain drapes add their own playful touch to diaphanous sheers.
Shelving is defined by very clean lines, with natural tone or powder coated finishes.
Artisanal wicker detailing is seen on a custom-made bar cabinet and some house doors. Wicker handles are by Asian Arts. Wall coverings in the drawing room are by Asian Paints, with subtle tonal variations between walls and ceiling, for inclusive versatility through the seasons. Danish mid-century design inspirations have been instrumental in the reinvention of old furniture.