3 BHK Lodha Fiorenza | VCJ Designs | Mumbai
Located in Lodha Firorenza Mumbai, overlooking the Rajiv Gandhi National park, the 3BHK Apartment is designed by Kolkata based interior designer Vasudha of VCJ Designs. The apartment was designed for a young couple. They did not like anything loud , so the design brief was to have very simple clean lines and keep the look and feel very minimal.
The apartment’s foyer has been clad in a beautiful veneer panelling which conceals storage. We were keen on maximising on the space , both visually and physically. The foyer opens into the living dining area.
The couple loves to entertain and the Living Dining area , has been planned keeping this in mind. We wanted to maximise the space without cluttering it . For the seating, we customised a L shaped sofa with an arm chair and loose stools which can be moved around to dining area if needed. The colour palette for the space has been kept in the family of blues and greys. We played with beautiful textures in fabric keeping the colour palette simple and crisp , while adding some layers to the space.
A natural teak wood dining table with an amber hanging light and a beautiful sideboard designed in part fabric completes the dining space. Diffused lighting through the space elevates the mood of the space.
The Living area has a small balcony which serves as highly coveted personal patio. Natural wooden deck flooring has been used , and this albeit small space serves as a sanctuary to the couple who loves their plants.
The colour palette continues into the Master bedroom . The highlight of the master bedroom is the deep blue chequered panelling which serves as a backdrop for the bed. A solid grey wall serves as a tv unit and dressing cum study, while the other walls are kept white making the space look fresh and vibrant. This space is further accentuated by quirky accessories, and furniture that add colour and character. Ombre silk curtains complete the space. The room also houses a walk in wardrobe which has been finished in matt finished veneer with an accent of black colour. The master bath features a statement basin counter finished in wooden tiles.
Moving further, we enter the second bedroom which is designed as a guest bedroom. A pastel shade of blue is used here along with a very light coloured veneer keeping the ambience very serene . As the size of the room was quite small, our aim was to make the bedroom look warm and inviting.
The third room has been converted into a den and library This is the smallest room in the house, so we made a corner low bed . The colour of this room has been deliberately kept on the darker side , a deep teal walls creating a very warm vibe. One corner is reserved for free standing desk and wooden shelves for the home library.