A Modern Family
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Designer: Studio Nishita KamdarLocation: Mumbai, MaharashtraSize: 107 square metres (1150 square feet)Homeowners’ brief: While the owners desired their home to serve as a comfort zone that reflected their personalities, the designer’s task was to achieve this through impactful design and planning given the compact size of the apartment.Wall design: A sweeping wall, clad in veneer and wooden flutes, runs almost the length of the apartment, discreetly concealing duct windows, the puja room and storage units. The full-height panelling could have looked overwhelming in the small space but the decorative grooves prove to be an aesthetic distraction.Design tip: Modern wood panellings that are currently available feature better mounting systems, improved edges and custom sizing, and are therefore easier to install, irrespective of place and space.
A sweeping wall, clad in veneer and wooden flutes, characterises the dining room wall (to the left of the foyer), extending into a passage that leads to the bedrooms.“The wall holds discreet doors that conceal existing duct windows, the puja room and storage units. These would otherwise have added to the number of elements that one would see on the wall,” explains Kamdar.Looking for stylish dining table ideas?