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Preeti Singh added this to How One Design Element Can Transform Entryways25 June 2019

Here, the designer creates an entryway where there was none. These ingenious suspended shelves not only add storage but act as a gentle partition between the entrance the living room.

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Mumbai Houzz: A Cheerful Home for One10 January 2019

The home’s entrance is an impactful one, marked by a colourful partition on the left and old black-and-white family photographs on the right. The partition is a partly open and partly closed shelving unit, seen here in the foreground, with the front door behind it at right. Small curios dot little shelves. “The layout of the house is such that as soon as you open the door, you have an abrupt view of the entire living space. For subtle privacy, we decided to create a shoe storage unit – it’s in walnut veneer, with the drawers in teak veneer, all coloured in PU coating, suspended with brass rods. Now as you enter, you have a clear view only of the dining area, which the client was okay with, since that is a less-frequented corner of the home,” says Pirani.The curios are a mix of the client’s own collection and pieces sourced from city stores.Curios: INV HomeHere’s how to create an entryway when there isn’t one

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