The living room revolves around the botanical painting which influences the choice of furnishings of the furniture around. The all white flooring symbolises the snow and the copper chinnar leaves scattered on the floor bring in the flavour of the fall season. The vertical fins on pivot add an element of privacy to the dinning area as well as create an interesting and playful element in living space.
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1. Cocoon yourself in calming colours Light, neutral hues can help you feel relaxed and envelop you in Zen vibes. If you’re feeling a sense of imprisonment in the same environment all day, everyday, consider swapping out your furnishings and accents with lighter tones. Your curtains, cushions, linens and rugs are some elements you could focus your attention on.Cloaked in serene tones, this living room by ZERO9 shows us how it’s done. The dove-grey sofa and rug soothe the senses, while pops of green and orange, channelled through accent pillows, enliven the minimalist aesthetic.
4. Firm: ZERO9Welcome to the tropics, says this living room. Vivid floral prints, emerald-toned ferns and diaphanous curtains paint a picture of a relaxed getaway far removed from the bustle of the city.See how white and wood work wonders in the rest of this flat
There are a few features that aid the visual flow from the interiors to the exterior, such as the large French doors with Georgian bars, which open up into the balcony. “Because this space extends visually into the balcony, it appears larger than it actually is,” says Prashant.Another feature that helps the visual flow is the faux wood cladding that runs from above the French doors in the living room to the ceiling of the balcony. Find an interior designer from the Houzz directory to design your home