Show­cas­ing an El­ham Mirza de­signed home in Mund­hwa

Some houses ac­tively re­flect the per­son­al­i­ties of those re­sid­ing in it. Ci­tadel show­cases one such home in Mund­hwa that speak vol­umes about its res­i­dents.

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Ahouse is just made out of bricks and ce­ment, but it is l ove t hat trans­forms it into a home. El­ham Mirza, Prin­ci­pal De­signer, The Wall In­te­ri­ors, helps clients dec­o­rate and de­sign their liv­ing space with love, so as to create a pos­i­tive space that will make them smile every time they even think of the word ‘home’. In their task to create a home, take a look around at the 1,200 sq ft apart­ment in Mund­hwa to get an idea about how they lit the magic of love and af­fec­tion through com­fort­able in­te­ri­ors. “We care­fully add flavours to their empty house, which would com­ple­ment their life­style and de­liver not only beau­ti­ful in­te­ri­ors but a bunch of hap­pi­ness,” says El­ham.


The liv­ing room is the first place to create an im­pres­sion. El­ham re­veals, “Light up your liv­ing style with

uni­for­mity of de­sign and ma­te­rial and pat­terns that would give a neat look, rather than mess­ing up the en­tire room with multi-colours.” And that is why, in­stead of go­ing for mul­ti­ple colours, they have used nat­u­ral colours and ma­te­ri­als to give the liv­ing room a classy fin­ish. Go into nearly any home and you know the TV al­ways takes the cen­tre stage in the liv­ing room. The TV unit is the fo­cal point of at­trac­tion of the liv­ing room here too. A com­bi­na­tion of white and teak wood ve­neer with semi gloss pol­ish cre­ates a beau­ti­ful fea­ture wall in liv­ing room. A sim­ple but well-crafted false ceil­ing stares from above the spa­cious seat­ing area.


The din­ing area is a space where one serves with love. To make it look more serene and lovely and Vastu

friendly, the team has come up with a big mir­ror with a sil­ver frame. A solid wood six-seater table, with a com­bi­na­tion of soft and com­fort­able classy grey fab­ric chairs, is a per­fect place for a fam­ily to sit to­gether and en­joy the every­day meal. The ceil­ing here has a sim­i­lar de­sign pat­tern as that of the liv­ing room, and has LED lights that glow, to make the space to look good and warm and com­ple­ment per­fectly with the warm and pos­i­tive colour of the Kathakali paint­ing on the wall, which un­fail­ingly draws all eyes to­wards its vi­brancy.


You need not travel or book a room in ho­tels to find a re­lax­ing and com­fort­able bed­room. Just take a few steps to the master bed­room that is en­riched with their in­te­ri­ors. Not just a place to rest but truly multi-pur­pose, it fea­tures a huge wardrobe at­tached to the TV unit and also a study table. “We have also come up with a win­dow ledge, which you can use as per­fect read­ing area with nat­u­ral light­ing,” El­ham adds.


In­no­cent, smart, in­tel­li­gent, cute are the words ded­i­cated to to­day’s kids. This kids’ bed­room makes all these words come live through the in­te­ri­ors. Do you want to keep the books and toys of your kids safe? Do away with your wor­ries; the room has units to store the things to cher­ish sweet mem­o­ries of your kids, at­tached to a long and use­ful study table for both kids and par­ents. A com­fort­able win­dow ledge is the place where your child can lay down and read books or play with toys.


“My lady client is a very good cook and loves cook­ing and spend­ing time in the kitchen, and as a de­signer, I be­lieve a kitchen is a heart of the every home. So I needed to change so many things to make this kitchen a dream kitchen for my client,” El­ham ex­plains. The first change that car­ried out in the ex­ist­ing kitchen was de­mol­ish­ing the ex­ist­ing win­dows at­tached to the bal­cony and con­vert that into a big French win­dow. That helped them to make a big­ger and brighter kitchen with easy ac­cess to the bal­cony for evening par­ties. The sec­ond im­por­tant thing they did was place the kitchen in such a way that you are still con­nect with the din­ing area with­out hav­ing di­rect vi­sion from the liv­ing room. And last but not the least, stor­age

units in kitchen, tall over­heads stretch­ing till ceil­ing height but with the right colour lam­i­na­tion se­lec­tion made this kitchen use­ful and big.

At the end, El­ham adds, “Fi­nally, we are so happy that the client to­tally loved the con­cept and the mood boards we de­signed in each and every room. We took five months to re­vamp the dé­cor of this 2BHK apart­ment com­pletely. Our main con­cern while do­ing the house was to create in­te­ri­ors with a per­fect bal­ance of moder­nity and live­li­ness. The finest thing about this project was that our clients fell in love with it!” Home is where the heart now truly is.

The master bed­room with a lux­u­ri­ous bed

The serene bal­cony

A hint of green

An­other view of the liv­ing room

The mod­ern kitchen with am­ple stor­age

The chil­dren’s bed­room

Win­dow ledge seat­ing to make a com­fort­able read­ing nook

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