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Preeti Singh added this to Space Partitioning Ideas From Indian Homes10 Sep 2019

9. Firm: Muse LABThese pivot doors in translucent glass are seemingly suspended in air (but hang on a central axis) and can open both outwards and inwards – a charming way to separate this equally charming balcony from the indoors, while allowing varying degrees of openness and privacy to both areas.Explore more ways to partition a room without blocking light

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Preeti Singh added this to 5 Signs That You Need Help From an Interior Designer12 Jul 2019

An interior designer will give you a unique perspective on you, your home and your lifestyle, as seen through their expert eyes. They will also make recommendations with the long term in mind, often steering you away from one-off trends and focusing instead on timeless design that reflects your personality and needs.

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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What's the Cost of Installing Floor Tiles?1 May 2019

5. Miscellaneous expensesSome miscellaneous expenses might be incurred during tile installation.If the tiling is installed in an older home then the existing flooring needs to be removed. This will require demolishing the existing floor, which will cost around ₹15–25 per square foot. The debris will have to be disposed of by a vehicle on an as-per-actuals basis.Some natural stone tiles, such as limestone or marble, need to be sealed at an additional cost or on an as-per-actual basis, depending on the type of stone.Read more:Tile Installation Tips: How to Have Flawless FloorsWhich Tiles Are Perfect for Indian Floors?10 Ways to Tile FloorsTell us: Are there any other expenses that are incurred during the installation of floor tiles? And What was your method to calculate floor tile cost? Share in the Comments section below.

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to A Mumbai Flat Celebrates Colour & Upcycled Vintage Furniture30 Oct 2018

Louvred shutters of fluted glass were installed to segregate the foyer from the living room; next to the partition area are chair and stool belonging to the client. “The client already had a lot of old furniture that needed to be upcycled. Take the chair and table at the entrance, for instance. We gave them a fresh coat of paint and reupholstered them with new fabric. The lighting piece here was originally in the living room, but we decided it was better suited for the foyer,” says Rangwala. See these inviting foyers from Indian homes

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Shristi Nangalia added this to Patterns, Textures, Colours: 24 Striking Floors From Indian Homes22 Oct 2018

The grey-framed glass partition in this sitting space partners a grey-and-white geometric pattern on the floor, keeping the spirit of the corner area alive.

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gauthamramamurthy added this to Living/Dining Room4 Oct 2019

These pivot doors in translucent glass are seemingly suspended in air (but hang on a central axis) and can open both outwards and inwards – a charming way to separate this equally charming balcony from the indoors, while allowing varying degrees of openness and privacy to both areas.

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Manuel Richie added this to Manuel's ideas3 Oct 2019

Adding pillows to a normal wooden chair

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