Industrial Dining Room
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6. Bare bricksNot so much a treatment as an ‘un-treatment’ because, well, there isn’t much to do here other than to simply leave the brick wall exposed in all its imperfect glory. Brick walls and modern interiors aren’t mutually exclusive. Be it a relaxed, Mediterranean look or a homely-meets-industrial haven, brick walls add unique character and elegance to any space. Leave them bare…
You will need fans with downrods (the part that suspends the fan from the canopy) for high-ceilinged rooms. Downrods range from 3-72 inches in length. The more the space between the blades and ceiling, the better the air circulation. Tip: Choosing the right height is important. Remember, the job of a ceiling fan is not to cool but to create a pleasant breeze. So, if it’s positioned too high, you won’t feel the airflow.
There is nothing quite like the look of brick. Although the mood is set by the beautiful terracotta brown of the double-height brick walls in this room by Nirvana Design Studio, the shade does not darken the interiors. The tall windows, grey flooring and sofa, and white ceiling, all contribute to keep the colour palette light and the area well-lit and airy.Take a tour of this Kerala home