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shreeya0283Shreeya wrote:20 June 2017

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    Preeti Singh added this to 9 Ways to Use Classic Blue, Pantone’s 2020 Colour of the Year6 December 2019

    6. Accent wallBecause it’s rather dark, I think Classic Blue works best in relatively small doses, such as on an accent wall. Keep in mind that cool colours visually recede, so painting a wall blue is a good trick for making a small room appear larger.

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    Preeti Singh added this to Dining Tables: Which Shape is Best For Your Home?25 March 2019

    RoundA round table is the best choice for those who want to encourage closeness and conversation among family and friends. Everyone can see and hear one another in this setup, and shared dishes are easy to reach. Compare this to a dinner party at a rectangular table where you’re stuck talking with the people on either side of you even when you’ve run out of things to talk about, and the mashed potatoes you want more of are at the other end of the table.Find a designer to help you select the right dining table

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    Rashmi Haralalka added this to 8 Unusual Colour Combinations for Interior Walls31 July 2017

    Royal blue and brown Reminiscent of earth and sky, blue and brown is a combination that reminds us of the outdoors and nature. In this room, the varying shades of brown across the ceiling, furniture and taupe walls lay the foundation of this living room’s colour palette. The royal-blue wall livens up all of these classic wooden colours with just one wall space.Take a look at more dining room designs from across the world

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    Frameworth added this to Surprising Ways to Use Blue in Your Home15 July 2017

    3. A blue backdropA wooden cobalt-blue board with cupboards at the bottom beautifully breaks the monotony of this large brown-and-white dining area. The use of blue is so apt that the room doesn’t need any extra furniture or giant curios to fill the space. The blue backdrop with open bronze shelves even doubles as a console to display small artefacts or tiny faux plants. Tip: Instead of shelves, printed ikat fabric can be used on the board to create an ethnic look.

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    Preeti Singh added this to Houzz Tour: An Ahmedabad Home Uses Nature to Combat Climate19 January 2017

    Glass sliding doors fully expose the dining room to the pool space. “The idea here was that if you are going to entertain, do it with an understated elegance. Thus, we dressed the space with lofty shutters, a giant circular hand-crafted dining table and a lazy Susan with a brass knob,” says the architect.

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    Pam Hartmann added this to pamela_j_hartmann's ideas27 April 2020

    These shelves look like a work of art even without anything on them. They don't seem overwhelming. Maybe because they don't have doors and walls and the lines are thin.

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    rk_agarwal added this to rk_agarwal's Ideas3 January 2020

    Cemented walls And wooden ceiling

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