Designed by - Milind Bargal and Associates
Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
What Houzz contributors are saying:
6. DecorationsFlowers…Fresh flowers are a sure-shot way to liven up any space and can set the tone of your dinner party. For example, sunflowers and daisies are more suited to a casual atmosphere, while roses and lilies impart a more sophisticated feel. Flower arrangements on the dining table or on a coffee table should be either short enough that you can talk over them or tall enough that you can talk under them. Tip: Create small arrangements with garden flowers or tiny leafy branches, using bottles or jam jars that you already have at home and scatter them about.
Cons:Possibility of a gloomy ambienceSubdued colours with a lower colour temperature can dim the look of a space, offering a cold vibe sometimes. Monotony White or cream walls without any supplementary accents or colours may be perceived as expressionless, and can lend to monotony.Stains are more apparentLight walls highlight spills, stains and blemishes and can be a challenge to maintain.
3. Firm: PixcelcraftThe deep tones of black (sofa, chandelier and centre table) are offset by the white walls and the wooden ceiling panels, resulting in a well-balanced, striking interior. Tip: The look of any space can benefit from the inclusion of a little white and a little black as these two hues combine to create a look that has depth and balance.