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Suspended gridA time-consuming but eye-catching addition – a suspended metal grid like this can be experimented with in homes that have high ceilings, as these drop-down contraptions reduce the height of the ceiling. These features can cover the existing ugly ceiling design and impart a new design aesthetic to the space.
One of the master bedrooms on the first floor conjures up a retro-chic scape, with the distressed wallpaper, 24-ft ceiling and a metal installation with a fan suspended from it. “The master bedroom has no direct light source – the whole room is lit up with indirect indoor illuminators. Here, we’ve used a wall lamp from FLOS (upper right) and a three-metre floor lamp (middle left, fixed instead to the wall) from Davide Groppi, highlighting the double-height space of the bedrooms, as well as asymmetric uplighters (vase-shaped lamps next to the bed),” Agarwal says.