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Jason Wadhwani explores a monochromatic theme for an upscale and bespoke abode in Mumbai

JUN 18, 2019 | By Sakshi Rai
The living room houses a plush John-John couch, Archibald armchairs from Poltrona Frau Corner, centre tables from JW, a Hands Inc rug, curtains from Bharat Furnishings and an artwork by Paritosh Sen; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri
The dining area showcases lighting accessories from Flos; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri
The Tea Striped lounge chair by Josmo Studio is paired with a sleek side table from And So in one of the master bedrooms; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri
The second master bedroom houses Wadhwani’s brass shelving unit design and wall lights from Flos; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

Located in the upscale neighbourhood of Peddar Road in Mumbai, this expansive abode, done up by Jason Wadhwani Design Studio, exudes an air of quiet sophistication. The interiors are fashioned with personalised and quirky, wood-dominated furniture in an organic theme, surrounded by indoor plants, to add warmth to the space.

Bold, signature design elements such as the tropical print Cole and Son wallpaper in an en suite dressing room and striped graphic sideboard in the dining area offer not just a refreshing contrast against textured white floors but also enliven this contemporary residence.

Designing each space with a fresh perspective, this comfortable home is a result of Jason Wadhwani’s creative ability to employ bespoke concepts for comfortable living.

A Hands Inc rug is a fitting base to the Pai table, Matador sofa and Akira planter by Josmo Studio in the den; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

The apartment has several open, extended areas leading into one another and paving the way for conversations and connectivity. Wadhwani explores the understated luxury and balance offered by a minimalistic palette of white, black and grey with statement colour pops. “Using monochromes as a starting point forms the basis of all my designs. These are colours I connect with and have always loved working with,” he shares.

The entry passageway with marble flooring features a console designed by Jason Wadhwani; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

Several design elements are uniformly used in the home, including the smooth Lasa white marble flooring, French mouldings in varied forms and shades that ingeniously and aesthetically break the monotony and overcome the challenge of concealing hardware, and covetable artworks that hint at a rich taste in diverse cultures. Wadhwani has ensured that each room has its own distinct personality — the den has a snug vibe, the dressing rooms offer a playful and whimsical escape from reality, while the dining and living zones are characterised by classic elegance in a modern context.

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Artworks and plants add a dash of colour in the dining and living zones; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

 

The pouffe, a Wadhwani design, is upholstered in the same fabric as the headboard; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

 

Close up of the luxurious living room; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

 

Grey marble wall cladding, IC light from Flos and Kohler fittings are used in the den bathroom; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

 

Cassina’s Luisa Chair is seen alongside a desk holding a Dan Hiller print and local art picked from Lisbon, Portuga; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

 

The adjoining dressing room features a dramatic Palm Leaves wallpaper by Cole and Son and a pink pouffe from JW; Photographs by Jignesh Jhaveri

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