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A casual Asian restaurant with a bistro feel was the simple brief. To incorporate a subtle Asian vibe with a memorable ambience, the place was converted into an underground opium dungeonesque indoors and two distinctive al fresco areas with Industrial Vintage trappings from Ironworks, to render a grittier & sombre air, envisioned through the haze of an imaginary pipe billowing swirls of scented smoke.

Location: Facing East
Interior Designer: Tejal Mathur
For beautiful interior designs visit:http://www.tejalmathurdesign.in/
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An apartment in Mumbai
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An Apartment in Mumbai
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An Apartment in Mumbai
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An apartment in Mumbai
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On a narrow stretch in the village precinct, one could almost miss it. It was an utterly non-descript, stand alone structure, ,that had to be converted into a restaurant with a bakery- not a fine dine ,but a casual place. A place for conversation without inhibition. Simply put, a place for people.

My first instinct formed. An apt storyboard came into focus. I saw 2 young guys that had just inherited this house and had no money left. The parents had problems, lost everything over the years and all they had was this rambling place that spoke of the once rich past. The place now had furniture that looked like it was pulled out of a warehouse and walls that revealed layers of age.

This was not a glorious antique-it was a run down villa that belonged to someone well-lived and well-travelled and lost it all. A piece of everybody’s past-your’s or a friend’s.

Location: Pali Village Cafe
Interior Designer: Tejal Mathur
For beautiful interior designs visit: https://www.tejalmathurdesign.in
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The thought behind the decor at the nutcracker …
An all day small cafe whipping up home style fare, Anaheeta Bafna wanted to retain the old charm of a typical place that would have existed in the area ….taking a cue from the nearby courthouse district ..we wanted to bring in a few Art Deco elements through the floor that could have easily been around for decades and spruced up with some mid-century styling in the furniture that could have come out of a warehouse … The corrugated packing board mirror frames and clipboard clock complement the subtle retro feel an otherwise aged space would have transitioned to over time…nothing to take away from a place that feels like an old friends living room perhaps in the Bombay of the sixties/seventies …”
Location: The Nutcracker
Interior Designer: Tejal Mathur
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An apartment in Mumbai
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An Apartment in Mumbai
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