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I like how the retro fibreglass telephone instruments add an edge to the dining room and make the space more lively, fun and idiosyncratic.Know more about Parineeti Chopra’s home
The dining area is essentially the other end of the living room and has been designed in Gupta’s signature style – layers upon layers, contrasting patterns, infused with colour with a strong eclectic vibe. “A black-and-white herringbone pattern, using sea-green and black slate strips set in the pale floor, lies as the base for the dining table,” says Gupta. What catches the eye, though, is the zany installation on the wall above the console. “I love this piece – it is made of retro fibreglass telephone instruments and adds an edge to the space,” Gupta says.
5. Go for installation artYour walls play a significant role in anchoring the look of your room. Be it completing the design style you are going for or adding the X-factor element to the whole set up – your walls have so much potential.The eclectic vibe in this dining room with colourful chairs becomes complete with the vintage phone set lights hung together.