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23. Firm: Baldiwala AssociatesDistressed-finish wall panels combine with a navy-blue headboard and industrial-style pendant lamps to create an industrial-themed bedroom.
34. Location: Mumbai, India FeaturesA total commitment to bedside features.
Dressers can be used to fill up dead spaces in bedrooms, too – of course, one can choose to add plants or sculptures, but a dresser can serve more uses than one. Take this image, for example. The tall glistening blue-and-brown dresser is a decorative addition to the space, as it contributes to the sophisticated tone of the room, offers storage and any clutter kept atop doesn’t hurt the eye since the dresser is tucked away in the corner. Tip: While a dresser makes it easy to keep all miscellaneous things in order, it can even double as a tiny bar, if you don’t have space for one in your living room, or can’t display spirits openly in your home. Simply set all the bottles on top, and keep the bar accessories inside the drawers.
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4. Contemporary earthinessAn earthy wall, split into chic rectangular segments, offers the outline for this Mumbai bedroom’s design playbook, conceived by Baldiwala Associates. Retro metal pendant lights mirror the unfussy straight lines of the wall grid. A modish bed, dressed in spotless white and navy, breaks away from the rustic theme, yet seamlessly juxtaposes itself against the ochre backdrop. A chest of drawers to the right pays equal tribute to the duality of the room, reflecting a glossy two-toned palette of chocolate and indigo.