Defined by a beautiful well-lit balcony, spacious bedrooms, and handmade wall pieces, Vicky Kaushal’s Mumbai home reflects his personality — easy and with a sense of calm.
The ‘Masaan’ star has been on a constant rise since 2015, and after ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ and ‘Manmarziyaan’, Kaushal inched into a bracket of critically acclaimed actors too. Off late the actor has been giving his followers on social media a peek into his living space — his feed is peppered with pictures of him relaxing and digging into homemade food, while lounging in the comfort of his high-rise apartment. From bright cushions to wall colours, here are a few images that will take you inside Vicky Kaushal’s house in Mumbai.
A well-lit balcony
How does one unwind in a cosmopolitan like Mumbai? The answer rests in having a spacious well-lit balcony that allows you to not just have a great view but bask in sunlight too.
Investing in the right kind of colours is a sure-shot way to up the ante of one’s living space. Investing in cushions that add a character your space is a must. We love these deep blue ones at Kaushal’s house.
A home gym is a must
When you are a star of Kaushal’s stature, fitness becomes a lifestyle staple. Having a home gym is the only way to go when all gyms around you are shut. Start with stacking up a bunch of dumbells.
A minimal living space
There is a certain sense refined sophistication in every corner of Kaushal’s house. We love the orange and white colour scheme of Kaushal’s bedroom. A striking painting in orange against a whitewashed wall makes a statement.
A soothing colour wheel for the bedroom
A classic concoction of earthy tones; think tan browns, olives, and grey. It makes for a view that is easy on the eyes and exudes a sense of calm. Certainly adds a punch of fun to Vicky Kaushal’s house.
A classic sofa
No household is complete without a classic sofa. For Kaushal, we understand a toned-down colour wheel works and this grey sofa in his living space exudes a sense of comfort.
Black and white kitchen
Keeping it neat (and clean) a classic scheme of black and white works for any kitchen. And when you are cooking on your own at home, the colour palette works.