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Vinita Kunnath added this to False Ceiling: Yes or No?27 November 2018

3. Enhances acousticsThe air cavity behind the false ceiling provides good sound insulation, thus reducing echoes and external noise, making the room quieter.

Preeti Singh added this to 2018 Round-Up: 20 Most Popular Indian Homes on Houzz15 October 2018

12. New Delhi bungalow Who lives here: Preeti and Mike Knowles, and Preeti’s motherSize: 280 square metres (3000 square feet); 4 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; 1 powder roomInterior designers: Preeti and Mike Knowles of The Hidden GalleryPhotos by Mrigank Sharma PhotographyThe two-level apartment is a bright space that displays design experts Preeti and Mike Knowles’s own furniture creations, lighting pieces and ceramics, as well as collectibles and art. The home is enhanced with greenery and a soothing colour palette. Find out more about this New Delhi home

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 19 Subtle, Sleek and Stylish Ways to Partition Spaces1 August 2018

12. A long benchTo create a separation between two seating areas, consider a long backless piece of furniture like this one. The wooden bench is multifunctional, because it offers seating for both sections of the room, acts as a partition and can be moved around in the house.

Vinita Kunnath added this to Must-Have Accessories in an Urban Indian Apartment21 May 2018

Tasteful table lampsIn urban apartments that are tight on space, the concept of multi-layered lighting tends to take a backseat – one size fits all is the general outlook, where, for instance, one flick of the switch can light up the entire living-cum-dining space in a manner practical but prosaic. Instead, invest in a couple of table lamps. They are highly versatile and can be used to play a functional or decorative role. Use them either for task lighting or for brightening up different corners of a room, thus setting the mood of a room and creating the right ambience. Tip: A tip for general lighting is to have light sources on a dimmer to change up the brightness and ambience.Follow this guide to ambient lighting

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to My Houzz: Delhi Designer Couple's Treasure-Filled Home4 April 2018

The two-level apartment is a bright space that proudly displays many of their own furniture creations, lighting pieces and ceramics, as well as collectibles and art. The lower level houses all the formal entertainment areas, along with a guest room; the level above is reserved for private bedrooms, the kitchen, and informal dining and lounge areas.The home’s aesthetic emerged from careful consideration. It’s a decor that’s a balance between the European style, which Preeti and Mike love, and Indian elements. A walk through the home reveals a well-curated collection of art and antiques, and custom furniture designed by the couple themselves. Paint: Dulux; furniture: The Hidden Gallery

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Karsen Huff added this to Balance Ideabook29 October 2020

Formal balance. I chose this photo for formal balance because in the back of the room there are two lamps that are the same on both sides of the room.

rajneesh acharya added this to rajneesh's ideas21 September 2020

Nice colour contrast between blue back wall and white remaining walls