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Preeti Singh added this to How to Choose a Chandelier25 June 2021

Of course, the scale of a light must still make sense for the space it is in, but throwing caution to the wind and choosing a somewhat larger fixture instead of playing it safe can lead to eye-catching results.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Big, Bold & Beautiful: These Statement Lights Are Bringing It On9 December 2020

A pair of ornamental chandeliers enclosed within a metal frame hang above the dining table by Praxis. Also, this light fixture demarcates the dining space in this open-plan home.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Design a Modern Kitchen That is an Extension of Your Home Decor10 May 2018

Optimise negative spaceNegative space can have a positive influence on your home plan. Defined as the empty area around each zone, it is an important tool in preventing clutter, creating free pathways and lending aesthetic value to your kitchen and other zones. Not only does negative space allow freedom of movement, it also gives the eyes a welcome break between each zone.Designed by Praxis, this Bengaluru apartment allows the kitchen, dining area and living room to hold their own by bordering each zone with an abundant corridor of free space.Read more:5 Things to Know Before Installing a Modular KitchenHow to Convert a Conventional Kitchen Into a Semi-Modular KitchenTell us:Which of these tips do you plan on using to give your kitchen a magazine-worthy makeover? Tell us in Comments below.

Preeti Singh added this to Best of Houzz Awards 2018: And the Winners Are...19 January 2018

Winner (dining room): PraxisThis super stylish dining room’s custom-made chandelier contrasts with the simple lines of the space. Plus the recessed lighting brings in more sheen.Browse through images of this dreamy Banglore home

Krita Raut added this to Bengaluru Houzz: A Dreamy Penthouse With a Contemporary Twist21 February 2017

The kitchen, situated on one side of the dining space, contrasts with the lighter tone of the living areas. Ankita explains, “The kitchen and bar were created as dark inserts into the visual fabric of the space”. Black Marquina marble has been used on the kitchen backsplash – the same marble is used as the dining table top – and grey dominates the cabinetry. Just like the living room, a larger kitchen was created by breaking down the walls between the original kitchen, housekeeper’s room and pantry and combining the three spaces.Get inspired by the best kitchens in Houzz

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Danielle Varwig added this to Blue Hydrangea16 January 2020

Oversized light fixture over dining table

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