Kolkata: Mouni Roy believes ‘Home is a feeling’, one that you experience when you’re surrounded by your loved ones. Over time, she also realized the importance of a material sense of belonging, a place you can retreat to and unwind. The final episode of Asian Paints ‘Where The Heart Is’ Season 6 takes you inside the sanctuary of Mouni Roy and her husband, Suraj Nambiar.
In the midst of a glamorous life with exhausting work days, home becomes a welcome respite, a much-needed escape from the hustle and bustle. And so, away from the dazzling colours and lights of movie sets, Mouni Roy’s home offers comfort and tranquillity. Featuring immaculate colours and gold metal accents, her home is both cosy and comfortable.
Mouni’s cream coloured living room comprises a unique lamp and a couch that sits in front of a large TV. Across from the couch is a round dining table topped by a chandelier and four blue velvet chairs. There is a pop of color in the living room that complements the neutral colour scheme.
Among her home’s most beautiful features is the outdoor seating area. There are multiple seating choices in the area, along with large plants for privacy and grass to keep the couple’s lawn looking lush. Mouni’s kitchen has white cabinets and an accent wall covered in glossy black subway tiles. She also has a golden metal kitchen island flanked by two golden metal chairs. Chrome finishes are found on all her appliances, including the stove, fridge, washing machine, and dishwasher.
In order to unwind after work and play basketball like he did when he was younger, Mouni’s husband Suraj, built a basketball court. The pair settled on a hue of blue, with elements of gold to be the classic elegance they brought into their space. Mouni’s home has been inspired by a minimalistic contemporary design, which is a wonderful reflection of how elegance and style can exist in a single place.