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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 15 of the Best False Ceiling Designs From Indian Open-Plan Spaces26 June 2020

7. Firm: Studio CourseA wooden ceiling adds an element of warmth and creates a cosy setting. Also, the wood grain patterns of the ceiling match with the wooden furniture of this living-cum-dining space.

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Pune Houzz: Conventional Elements Make an Unconventional Home26 November 2017

Large windows fill the room with plenty of light and a sense of airy spaciousness. The clean, straight lines of the furniture keep its visual impact subtle; any risk of monotony is dispelled by the pops of colours from the masnad (bolster) cushions, paintings, carpet and the chaise. The minimal elements do not crowd the room, giving it a relaxing ambience. “I began to think of ways to show less is more. So, I thought of designs that could be more modest, functional or utilitarian in their being, and then aesthetics would follow with the use of natural materials in a non-shiny, non-glossy way,” Shah says.Sofas: Fabindia; paint: Jotu

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Falguni Rakesh added this to Wish List21 December 2017

Large windows fill the room with plenty of light and a sense of airy spaciousness. The clean, straight lines of the furniture keep its visual impact subtle; any risk of monotony is dispelled by the pops of colours from the masnad (bolster) cushions, paintings, carpet and the chaise. The minimal elements do not crowd the room, giving it a relaxing ambience. “I began to think of ways to show less is more. So, I thought of designs that could be more modest, functional or utilitarian in their being, and then aesthetics would follow with the use of natural materials in a non-shiny, non-glossy way,” Shah says.Sofas: Fabindia; paint: Jotu

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