The house is defined by its use of vivacious colours and a blended styling. Dynamic elements are equipoised by the soft marble-like sheen of Royale Play Stucco. The golden glow of Royale Play Dune illuminates the lounge while the regal elephant motifs of Indechine Wallpaper from Nilaya’s Good Earth collection add a vintage charm to the formal living.
The use of colour and pattern here shows play and pizzaz as the background and foreground reverse roles. Terracotta red in Royale Luxury Emulsion stands its ground as the black-and-white pattern flows in zigzags across the stone floor.
Royale Play Stucco in pale green on the walls imparts a soft ambience that highlights the finer details of the ceiling and walls. The wooden console finished in Asian Paints WoodTech PU Palette sits majestic, as a burst of colour finished in matte.
The living-room is a daring blend of modern and traditional aesthetics. The walls have an Indian appeal while the furniture is contemporary, with rich upholstery in solid colours. This unique warm golden glow is achieved using Royale Play Dune.
The space is a blend of modern art and traditional Indian patterns, with classic cane furniture. Beige supports these colourful patterns. The dark wood is the effect of Emporio PU Clear while Stucco on the walls captivates with its subtle beauty.
Every space within Prapti Mehta’s home spins a story or showcases a common thread that binds the decor together. Floral motifs and nature flow across this room as seen in the upholstery, wall-art and indoor planters along the bed-stand.
The Prapti Mehta Bungalow balances ornate details with utmost elan. With the backdrop of a rustic copper artwork, the semi-open area is furnished in simple solid shades, allowing nature to take centre-stage.