Contemporary apartment by Whitespace
Sunny, airy and carefree, the dining room is the epitome of a breezy summer’s day. A large open display unit filled with handpicked curios stimulates visual interest while adding cheer to the decor scheme. “We perpetuated the living room aesthetic with a base palette of white, while cutting the monotony with bright yellows and blues. We were particular about maintaining a European sensibility by way of colour, material and texture. We used royal blues, whites, greys and wines to curate a colour spectrum reminiscent of Europe. We complemented these hues with muted fabrics and subtle patterns, and plenty of pine wood.
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“We did away with false ceilings, panelled the walls, embraced bright whites and went for floor-to-ceiling forms to accentuate the perceived volume,” says Nair. The dining room is flanked on one side by a glass wall framed in pinewood. “The wall separates the dining area from the den. It helps make the space appear bigger while also augmenting the luminosity.”