Mahindra Splendour: Living Room

Sunil Thakkar Photography

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tushar undre wrote:20 November 2017
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    Hi Tushar...dont really do just the hall but you can email me:

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Vinita Kunnath added this to Top 10 Decorating Problems Solved5 December 2018

4. How can I make the TV less obtrusive in the living room?The most obvious way would be to hide the TV inside a cabinet with sliding shutters. If it is mounted on the wall, create a gallery wall around the screen – this camouflages it and tricks the eye into looking at things other than the TV. Another option could be to create a different zone, however tiny, within the living room. Demarcate the zone with either a folding screen, a decorative hanging divider, or even a bookshelf.Find more innovative ways to hide the TV

Vinita Kunnath added this to Where to Place the TV in the Living Room?22 May 2018

Make sure to buy media-storage furniture that will coordinate with the rest of the furniture in a room. You could either consider custom cabinetry or reimagine a favourite piece of furniture, such as an armoire. Tip: Do note all equipment (including the TV) needs proper ventilation, so an enclosed cabinet should have enough air vents.

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 33 of the Most Stylish Drawing Rooms on Houzz India17 October 2017

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Rashmi Haralalka added this to 9 Ways to Say NO to the AC and Reduce Electricity Costs18 April 2017

7. Bare the floorsAccessories like carpets and rugs can the raise indoor temperature by absorbing and retaining heat. On the other hand, stones like marble, granite and other natural varieties have a lot of mass and don’t tend to warm up very easily, making them an ideal choice for the tropical Indian climate. So bare the floors to make the most of all this coolness. The subtly shaded natural stone in this room won’t absorb too much heat and will help keep the indoor temperature on the lower side.Tip: If you really have to use a carpet, go for chatais (reed or jute mats), which don’t absorb as much heat as thicker carpets do. They are also easy to roll up and store. 6 Stone Floors Best Suited for Indian Homes

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