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Inspiring Interior Designs in Mumbai, India

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Updated: 21 April 2017

From themed restaurants to the coziest cafes, we’ve scoured the best décor in Mumbai to bring you this list of most inspiring interior designs in the city.

Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House

This tea house and restaurant set in an old bungalow in Bandra spreads over 3,500 square feet, and is impeccably styled to reflect warm, intimate old-world charm and comfort. Designed by The Busride Design Studio, the space uses a pastel color palette, plenty of floral art, colonial style furniture and other character-rich details to create one of the best tea house experiences you can possibly have in the city of dreams.

36/A, Sanatan Pereira Bungalow, St John Baptist Rd, General A.K.Vaidya Marg, Bandra West

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Tasting Room

Brightly coloured walls, indoor plants, warm lighting and wall art rich in character are highlights of the tasteful décor at this cozy restaurant in Lower Parel. Located within the Good Earth luxury retail store, this stylish space with a strong rustic feel is inspiring and interesting.

1st Floor, Good Earth, Raghuvanshi Mill Compound, Senapati Bapat Road, Lower Parel West

Ministry of New

This stylish co-working space located within the historic Kitab Mahal building in the Fort area is not just designed to optimise your productivity but also to inspire you. It covers about 8,000 square feet and features high arched windows that let in plenty of natural light, pleasing views of the historic neighborhood, elegant white décor, chic minimalist furniture, lush indoor plants and airy open spaces.

 192, Kitab Mahal, 3rd Floor, Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Azad Maidan, Fort

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Refreshingly high ceilings, modern Japanese design and floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal a brilliant view of the city are characteristic of this luxury Japanese restaurant on the 37th floor of the St. Regis Hotel. The décor here is rich, mostly sticking to hues of black and bronze, in addition to warm woodwork, rich textured walls and art, including origami sculptures. Excellent sea food, luxurious sushi and a rich drinks menu are further reasons to visit this stylish restaurant.

The St. Regis Mumbai, 37 Block, 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

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Olive Bar & Kitchen

Minimalistic all-white décor, indoor plants and simple candle lights mean that Olive Bar & Kitchen serves as a rustic getaway from chaotic Mumbai. Regardless of the simplicity of its décor, Olive is one of the coziest and comforting spaces in this part of Mumbai. It is a perfect spot to seek out interior design inspiration while indulging in some of the city’s finest food.

14, Nargis Dutt Road, Union Park, Khar West

Jamjar Diner

Housed within a blue cottage in Versova, this elegant and cozy restaurant has plenty of décor inspiration to offer. From its crooked shelves to huge arched windows to its quirky and colourful furniture, there’s much to gawk at here. The open terrace space facing the sea is a delightful bonus.

 7A & B, JP Road, Aram Nagar II, Opp. Palm Beach Apartment, Versova

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