Lodha Fiorenza Home Gets The Midas Touch
A Mumbai home enriched with metallics, colours and patterns for a luxurious look.
Who livs here: Jaishankar Jayaram with his wife Aishwarya and their kids, 10-yr-old Pradyum and 6-yr-old Aradhya
Location: Lodha Fiorenza, Goregaon, Mumbai
Size: 3 BHK spanning around 1,200 sqft approx.
Design team: Interior Designer Hansika Mota and Quality Managers Mateen Khan, Ramesh Parmar and Sandip Tiwari
Livspace service: Full Home Design
Regretting the decision of not hiring an interior designer for their first home, Jaishankar Jayaram and his wife Aishwarya were eager to get professional support for their new abode. Lodha Fiorenza was the wife’s dream home owing to the spacious living and dining room to entertain her guests. Thus, she approached Livspace when she found us on social media.
Hansika Mota, their Livspace designer, was able to charm them through her expertise by offering aesthetically appealing suggestions along with keen attention to the technical aspects. Aishwarya was floored by the designer’s capability to provide a fully functional design.
A Golden Impression
The builder had provided many interior elements like the golden TV ledge in the living room, and wall panels and niches for the wardrobe in every bedroom. Hansika captured every element and made designs that accommodate them seamlessly. Thus, the living room takes on a gold and blue palette inspired by the ledge.
The rich ensemble — with golden hues, a sink-in Chesterfield sofa and a marble top centre table — oozes luxury. The stylish jali partition also adds to the plush setting as the cobalt blue highlights the golden accents.
A cosy corner with two chairs and a wall hung bookshelf lets Aishwarya enjoy her pastime. A stunning jali door beside it opens to a compact, yet beautiful pooja corner.
The Metallic Infusion
The theme is extended to the dining room with blue upholstered seating, a glass top table and a stylish crockery unit. The room also features a copper glass panelling that is a trending feature in interior design today.
A Muted Contrast
The master bedroom has a veneer panel with brown and cream peacock feather prints. Working around this feature, a blue and white theme is introduced. A chalk blue padded headboard gives it a graceful look.
The room has ample storage options like a swing door wardrobe with a built-in TV unit and, a blue and white sliding wardrobe and a mirrored storage unit. Aishwarya is proud of how her home is clutter-free owing to the many hidden storage options.
A LEGO Room
The kids’ room is compact, making it a challenge to work with. Hansika spent a day or two with the kids and came to a conclusion that though they were naughty, they were equally active. Thus, a lego-inspired room with a bunk bed and heaps of hidden storage units were offered along with a compact study.
A chalkboard adorns the blank wall, which was another thoughtful decision as Aradhya, Jaishankar’s daughter, is into doodling.
Plush in Purple
The guest room is splashed with purple and grey hues to match the wall panelling. In addition, the sliding wardrobe has a mirrored door which doubles up as a dressing corner. It also gives the compact room a bright and spacious feel.
“The family is really enthusiastic and lively, and designing a home for them was a smooth process. I aimed at giving their home a rich look by including the existing elements the builder provided.”
— Hansika Mota, Livspace Interior Designer
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