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Vinita Kunnath added this to 15 Small Kitchens That Make the Most of Less Space11 July 2019

12. Where: MumbaiSapna Bhavnani of Mad o WotIn a small, very eclectic Mumbai apartment, a custom kitchen island multitasks seriously. It is used as a worktop cum dining spot; moreover, it works as a separator between the kitchen and the living room, with the stools making for additional seating whenever required. Tour the house here

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 8 Stunning Kitchens From Popular Indian Homes24 February 2019

4. Mumbai-based celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani’s open kitchen in the living room is thrift central. The cabinets were purchased from the local Jogeshwari market, chosen to add to the vintage appeal of the space. The lamps above the kitchen island are custom-made and all the pipes are kept exposed to give the room a grungy rustic appeal. Take a quick look around inside the celeb’s Mumbai home

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 2018 Round-Up: 20 Most Popular Indian Homes on Houzz25 September 2018

3. 1-BHK in Mumbai Who lives here: Celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani and her three cats Future, Logic and FridaSize: 51 square metres (550 square feet); 1 bedroom; 1 bathroomInterior design by: Sapna Bhavnani of Mad o WotPhotos by Mrigank Sharma PhotographyCelebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani’s home is a carefully curated, eclectic haven filled with accessories either found during her travels or from small flea markets in the city. It has large windows, bird-print wallpapers and small hideout spots that ensure the space is ideal for her three cats, too. Take a tour of Sapna Bhavnani’s house

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 50 Compact Dining Areas That Can Fit Anywhere14 September 2018

29. Interior design by: Sapna BhavnaniLocation: IndiaTake a tour of celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani’s home

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to This Celeb Hairstylist's 1-BHK Mumbai Home is a Quirky Cat Haven16 July 2018

The original plan of the home was changed and walls and doors were removed to open up the rooms. The kitchen wall was broken down to include it in an open-plan space. The custom island here is a multifunctional piece – it can be used for dining and also serves as a subtle divider between the kitchen and the living room.

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Tanmay Jadhav added this to Tanmay's ideas8 April 2019

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