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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to 5 Stunning Colour Combinations for Your Bedroom Walls2 August 2018

3. Scarlet and aquaIf you gravitate equally towards both sides of the spectrum, balance fire and water with scarlet and aqua. Consider an exposed red brick wall as your centrepiece and paint the surrounding walls in refreshing tones of white and blue to douse the intensity. Seek inspiration from this bedroom by Studiovistara.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to How to Design One Bedroom For Two Children23 March 2018

Double up with a bunk bedVertical space is gold in a shared bedroom. By stacking your beds, you’re left with enough room for other things, like a study table or a play zone. In this transitional Ahmedabad bedroom, Studiovistara casts the bunk bed against a panelled teal wall. Notice how complementary bed covers in blue and white display each bunk in its own light.Take a look at zany bunk beds your kids will love

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 20 of the Most Popular Storage Ideas on Houzz India25 December 2017

An open secret – especially when it’s such a pretty design. The open shelves, tucked in the alcove between the deep window and the wall, allow easy storage and display of books, photographs and more.Architect: Studiovistara

Nadezna Siganporia added this to 10 Ways to Texturise With Terrazzo30 October 2017

1. FlooringIf you are experimenting with this material, try sticking to patterns that have smaller chip fragments and muted colours. With such a large canvas as the floor, smaller chip fragments are quite visually appealing. Neutral colours open out a space – but don’t be afraid to experiment with brilliant-hued chips; then draw the same tints into the décor of the room, as has been done in this home here.

Rashmi Haralalka added this to 8 Unusual Colour Combinations for Interior Walls31 July 2017

Brick red and aqua blueThe rustic exposed brick finish is complemented with subtle aqua in the recessed walls and the door, creating a serene look in this bedroom. The cleverly spaced-out blocks of aqua blue effortlessly blend with the vintage brick wall. Also, the vertical stripes on the door and the horizontal brick placement bring in an intriguing clash of patterns. See how exposed bricks make these 9 homes shine

Krita Raut added this to Design a Room That Will Grow With Your Child18 January 2017

Get a rack or open shelves that will work as a storage-cum-display unit for your toddler’s dolls and toys and can be used as a bookshelf when they grow up. Add a dose of creativity to your child’s room with these quirky shelves

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thesandlins added this to Homework Room12 September 2020

Cool look even thought it is a bedroom

Deirdre Foot added this to Best home ideas for us1 June 2020

brick and turq barn door but pref to pantry or on room

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