Roopa and Ravi's Residence
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2. This room sports beige-grey walls and wooden flooring, which have a vibe that it is open to adapting to a new decor style, if needed later. The use of blue, green and yellow brings splashes of cheer to the room. The study table on the left allows for sufficient storage and display, while the bed unit forms a cosy sleeping zone. The arrangement leaves a large area open for floor games. I like the use of a spotlight lamp, which adds a grown-up, modern, mid-twentieth-century touch to the space.
6. High-gloss paint for wooden or metal surfacesBy rule of thumb, the higher the shine, the more durable the paint is. High-gloss paints are very hard, lustrous and durable; they offer an easy-to-clean surface. The best part of this finish is that it is ideal for any surface like wood, metals and even walls. Tip: Try to avoid solvent-based enamel paints as they may have high levels of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) that may be harmful when inhaled, and choose the safer acrylic enamels.
On the second floor is the son’s bedroom, bathed in blues and greens. “The bunk bed and the study were custom-made in wood and painted a bright blue colour,” Ahmed says. The cartoon-print rug shares the same tones as the furniture. Lamp: Oma Living