This 3.5 bhk home features a minimalist design with a minimalist interior, featuring a shoe storage space hidden behind Mandala art on metal, a custom laser-cut metal main door, yellow-hued accent chairs, and a feature wall overlooking the pooja space. The TV wall balances the living area with a neutral color scheme and recessed lights. The prayer area uses bricklaying, while the living and dining areas use a mix of materials. The rustic brick tile cladding creates an outdoorsy feel, while lime plaster in the master bedroom’s long wall and concrete texture paint on the TV wall add a natural appearance. The home’s open spaces allow for adequate daylight penetration and air ventilation, with a sliding door in the sleeping nook cum den. The dining wall and feature wall overlook the pooja space, while the bifold solid frame door with brass mesh detail offers privacy. The daughter’s bedroom reflects her personality, with a solid wood bed and a brick textured Gyp board panel back wall. The island kitchen features subtle blue cabinets and a warm wood tone, with a splash of design on the flooring.