The artistic curation of this 2100 square feet abode by Smita Thomas of Multitude of Sins hinges on the client brief of creating a stylish cosmopolitan weekend pad. In order to reflect the personality of the adventurous jet setter client and his intriguing brief, Smita decided on a city-inspired look. While the rooms envisage his favorite cities London, New York, and Sydney, the Living and Dining area seem like meandering the streets of these iconic cities.
Vivaciously greeting you at the entrance is a sea-green wall with an array of mirrors and dual-tone flooring. The long passage leads you to the Living and Dining Area that derives inspiration from life-size street murals.
Artist Shunnal Ligade’s painting that depicts London during the ’60s is a captivating feature in the Living Room. And the Dining Room takes a hit with a lovely street sign tile art that takes its inspiration from the mosaic murals of the NYC subway. The rough and concrete finish of all rooms with elemental furniture and contrasting hues are enticing.
Weekend pads are all about fun and entertainment. To perk this up is a bar influenced by the traditional British pubs. The focal point of the bar is a full-height mirror cabinet that adds grandeur.
The NYC Master Bedroom
The Master Bedroom depicts NYC with a bold and industrial look. Statement leather furniture against concrete gray walls with bespoke pendant lights and neon lamps deck up this NYC bedroom. Steel elements with artsy decor and a subway map on the wall are a highlight of this bedroom.
The Sydney Inspired Guest Bedroom
Giving the Guest Room a Sydney spark is the Sydney harbor bridge toll ticket imprinted on weathered grey timber. Distressed finish doors in Bondi blue with sleek furniture and ornate glass lights complete the decor of this simple yet stylish bedroom.
Guest Bedroom Influenced by London
Stirring up the spirit of London is the second guest bedroom that features vintage furniture with olive green, mustard, and gold upholstery. Brass lamps and a traditional rug add a vintage touch to the bedroom while the printed chair and modish chest of drawers add a happy vibe. The dark grey palette of this room with an offset of muted tones is a classic interpretation of The Beatles in their iconic Sgt. Pepper Pantsuits.
The Big Jet Plane project beautifully reflects the personality of its owner and makes for a perfect weekend pad to unwind yourself. You can get in touch with Smita Thomas of Multitude of Sins to create an abode that will tell your own story.