; This abode by Eshita Marwah is exemplary for its drama

Aptly named A Midnight Serenade, this capacious abode conceptualised by Eshita Marwah of /e is exemplary for its dramatic yet restrained colour palette as well as its timeless design

NOV 9, 2021 | By Eshita Marwah
Drenched in dramatic deep blue and leather accents, the Sapphire room is accentuated by a custom made leather chair by Rocking Chair & Co. paired with a Gulmohar Lane couch. The coffee table and planter are made by Source Designs. Cushions from Cottons & Satins and curtains by Doing Homes and Mantra Furnishings unfurl a tranquil essence; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

A Midnight Serenade for the midnight blues that sing a song of love and beauty… This 5,000 sq ft home is a labour of love designed by Eshita Marwah of /e to evoke emotions and stimulate the senses. Defined by dramatic transition areas and custom creations, the abode encapsulates the needs of a family of seven spanning three generations, executed in collaboration with V-Create Architects and Studio13 PMC.

A formal seating arrangement featuring blue velvet sofas from Rocking Chair Co. with an angular grey couch is placed atop a circular floor covering by Vasundhari Carpets. Artwork by Calcuttan is accentuated by Hatsu Lighting with a ceiling fan from Windmill Fans and chandeliers by Kapoor Lighting; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

Deploying punches of style every step of the way, the abode unfolds at the black, white and vermillion entryway. A blue corridor, intricately inlaid with marble and brass, leads to the expansive living and dining areas. 

A muted grey seating arrangement on herringbone wooden flooring Mikasa from CORE, Surat is put under the spotlight by custom designed lights from Hatsu. The centre quartz tables are beatified by candles from Freedom Tree and ceramics by Minimo, Surat; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

Meanwhile, the two bedrooms have been positioned at either ends of the main living space, while the guest room named Burgundy, is camouflaged in the entrance blue vestibule with another flush concealed door.

Boasting of an artwork from Poster Club, the bed is placed on a grey carpet by Jaipur Rugs. Reading lights by Art Lights, Ellementry candles and Decor Kart vases aid functionality. Oozing sheer comfort, linens from Cottons & Satins envelope the bed; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

To be more awestruck, grab the October-November 2021 issue and read about this home by Eshita Marwah…