Prashant Keluskar's light shade includes notes and sketches
Photography: Prashant Bhat Photography

Minnie Bhatt displays her sister's work in her cabin

The designer's cabin is classy yet informal, with red brick walls and artwork

Natural light, wood and chalkboards contrast with modern chairs and elements

The bathroom at the office space

The 'Imagine' installation, made from pencils

This designer’s workspace banishes Monday blues

by Reecha Kulkarni Sep 12, 2017
The city of Mumbai is dotted with Minnie Bhatt’s designs – from the eclectic interiors of True Tramm Trunk in BKC to the Azuli store in Bandra. A few weeks ago, Minnie brought her contemporary style to Kamala Mills – in the form of her own office space. 

Cosy lofts, art installations and uplifting quotes on chalkboards aren’t the definition of corporate, but we wouldn’t mind a 9-5 situation here. “We wanted to steer clear of the typical office environment,” Minnie says. “Instead, we wanted a vibrant space that was young, but remained classy,” she continues, and we think the red brick walls, Pinterest-worthy photo strings and colourful metal accents do the trick.

The office also has quirky accessories ranging from Prashant Keluskar’s lights made from their sketches to a turquoise painting from Minnie’s sister, Jenny. We also loved the 3000-pencil ceiling installation that spells out ‘Imagine’, making the gruelling task of climbing stairs a little easier. From rustic walls to eccentric décor, Minnie’s workspace is our home office inspiration.


The bathroom at the office space

The 'Imagine' installation, made from pencils