Marvel Realtors Project, Pune
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2. No frills attached – this clean-lined wooden desk holds a bunch of photographs, a tiny vase and has space to accommodate a laptop, a book or a diary for writing. It fits perfectly inside this bedroom, sharing hues with the yellow sofa behind it.
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2. Retro and brightPowder-blue walls and a variety of furniture pieces – this spacious bedroom reflects a retro style. Here, eclectic pieces fit together to somehow give a cohesive, vibrant look. The low bed and the side tables are so 1970s, as are the study table, chair and floor lamp. The mustard-yellow sofa is the statement piece of the room. Its colour and curves play against the angles of the wooden study table. All the colours in the room are balanced by the natural light filtering in through the white-curtained floor-to-ceiling windows that line the length of the room.Find an interior designer to design your dream bedroom