Pent House - Khar
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1. What is the difference between Indian and Italian marble?Indian marble is quarried from the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, while Italian marble is quarried from Northern Italy and is usually available in slabs. Italian marble has a very high lustre, as seen in this image, and is a very soft stone with a crystal-like appearance. Indian marble has a medium lustre and is a comparatively harder stone.Both these types of marble are commonly available in a thickness of 18-20 millimetres. However, the thickness of Indian marble can go up to 30 millimetres.
The living area seamlessly flows into the dining area, pictured here. “The most interesting rooms in the house are the living spaces,” Shah says. “The ambience of the formal spaces teleports one to the aristocratic homes of European capitals, at the same time conveying the tastes of the patrons.” A brass-rimmed dining table is paired with formal tufted leather dining chairs. Forming the backdrop is a polished sideboard with a gold accent mirror flanked by two ornate free-standing cabinets.Take a look at more dining rooms from around the world