Although it has been dubbed the “Man Cave,” designer Chrisann Rodrigues’ newest undertaking — a 450-square-foot bachelor pad in Mumbai’s Khar — is refreshingly devoid of stereotypically masculine accoutrements like cumbersome leather-based chairs or a larger-than-life leisure middle. “He is a minimalist in life-style and a sucker for element,” says the founding father of Eight Diploma Design Home of her shopper, “So we targeted on a design rooted in minimalism and luxury.”
The home in Mumbai was a “typical bed room” when it was handed over to Chrisann. The architect began by tearing down the wall separating the lounge and kitchen to open up the house. Subsequently, clear strains, a impartial shade palette and sparse however fastidiously curated decor accents have been chosen as the idea for the design language. “We wanted to create an area that was clutter-free, easygoing, but subtle. The shopper’s love for crops and pure supplies was undoubtedly the place to begin for us,” she explains.
Swing open the entrance door and also you stroll right into a lounge that’s the image of zen with a minimalist, glossy couch and a flat display screen TV on a skinny floating shelf. The robust strains are offset by the curves of the espresso desk, just a few planters and a textured jute rug. Chrisann changed the wall that beforehand separated the dwelling space and kitchen with a glossy breakfast bar that is excellent for fast morning meals or as a comfortable little bar for 2 at sundown.
“We used solely Canadian pine wooden for all of the furnishings in the home and black metallic accents in some locations. Whether or not it is the furnishings or the lights, each fastidiously chosen element, texture and tone provides to the trendy aesthetic of this dwelling,” notes the architect.