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A 2100-Square-Feet Apartment in Raipur that's Surprisingly Colorful, Bright and Airy

Mehta House by Hem & Associates

The design of this beautiful and airy 2100 square feet apartment perfectly reflects the personality of its users.

Bold color palettes in the informal areas aim to reflect a warm and cozy ambiance while neutral tones complement the color scheme in the bedrooms, flaunting contemporary decor coupled with chic soft furnishing and bespoke furniture.

Lalitpur Yellow Sandstone acts as a perfect backdrop for the magnificent high gloss entrance door. In the entrance, the foyer sits a calming brass Buddha over a custom-made turquoise console table contrasted by a navy-blue wall paneling. The unique and luxurious blue paneling is the common feature in the entrance, drawing room, and living area for smooth visual transition between the spaces.

Master Bedroom is designed according to a very clear brief from the client to keep it as subtle as possible. The blue upholstery is the only color used in an otherwise very neutral tone. Textured tiles have been used on the background of the bed to add some depth. Pooja Area is carved out in the northeast corner of the living room, cladded with a marvelous sculpted sandstone curated from Jaipur.

Son’s bedroom uses turquoise blue linear panels as the background of the bed and drawer handles to give it a very modern and minimal vibe. The showcase sits perfectly beside the bed with a mixture of wooden and turquoise-colored shutters. The other part of the room incorporates a small study table and a low-height sitting that can be used as a make-shift bed for kids whenever needed.

The kitchen has been kept all white to give it a very clean look. The green color tiles add depth to the space like a dream. The materials used here are White Nano Granite on Kitchen Top and 6mm White Acrylic laminate on the furniture.

Project: Mehta House

Location: Raipur

Design House: Hem & Associates

Lead Designers: Ar. Prapan Jain & Divya Kochar

Photography: Studio Anjor


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