Check out these inspiring rooms and inform us which one struck a chord
Rusticity Meets Model on this Mumbai residence by Thunk Design
Within the open plan eating, the pride of the room, in response to Zohar Furniturewala of Thunk Design is a 20ft broad window, which is sort of a “stay portray” depicting an expansive view of the Mahalaxmi racecourse. A custom-made Laminam-top eating desk with brass is matched with clear resin-backed chairs that replicate the crystalline hue of the ocean. A turquoise console balances the palette, whereas a collection of globe-shaped pendant lamps full the tableau. Whereas the eating and lounge are fastidiously segregated, the room is tied collectively by a novel sycamore wooden ceiling, solid in boards that observe the visible line of the ground. The textures on the ceiling additionally create an fascinating backdrop for the recessed lighting, which is allowed to dissipate over the floor relatively than merely bounce off it.
A Bachelor Pad With Views to Kill, Designed by Jason Wadhwani
The dining area (which is a part of an open flooring plan) includes a wooden and brass eating desk, flanked by leather-based upholstered chairs. A smooth pendant mild proves to be a refined but good addition to the house. The ground to ceiling home windows not solely present ample sunshine always but additionally double up as a creative, dynamic component to the house. With such sweeping views, who wants additional ornamentation?
An Residence That Glistens With Gray and Brown, Designed by a&ok design studio
Bottle inexperienced chairs, a black-and-white marble tabletop, tropical art work and a gilded globular chandelier lower a sleek, coastal-chic presence within the dining area, complementing the breezy decor of the adjoining lounge. With a wall-mounted bench on one aspect and chairs on the opposite, the booth-style diner is a lesson in house maximisation.
A Gorgeous Residence With Heirloom Accents and Atmospheric Areas, by Krati Valecha
Cocooned in voluminous home windows, high-polish marble flooring and mirrored partitions with picket rafters on the ceiling, the dining room effortlessly multiplies the pure mild, which, in flip, accentuates its depth and peak. The trendy lighting piece and vibrant chairs add cheer to the general environs.
A Luminous Residence That’s a Sunshine Sanctuary, by SML Architects
“The eating room is adjoining to the lounge and the primary house one notices when getting into the house by way of the primary door,” shares Mahek Lalan of SML Architects. A reclaimed Burma teak wooden eating desk with a black body and a flame-finished granite table-top is the tour de drive of the eating room, whereas “the chairs are the long-lasting mid-century ‘Wishbone Chair’ by Hans Wegner.” A trifecta of rose-and-black work overarch the eating desk, diffusing the darkish aesthetic with a bouquet of blush hues.