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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The entrance of the apartment leads to an open-plan room. The living area, which lies straight ahead, flows into the balcony. To the left is the dining room, which leads to the kitchen and bedrooms. As is the case with a lot of urban apartments, this one lacks a designated entryway. The designers had to craft one in the existing space. “We built three vertical fins which create a playful visual while giving privacy to the dining area,” Anu says. “Clad with brown mirrors on one side and veneer on other, these fins can be rotated for different angles and choice of a reflective or opaque surface.” They also brought in a sleek console, which visually divides this area from the living room and provides storage. “The console is paired with a rustic timber chandelier, further creating a visual break,” she continues.Learn how to create an entryway when there isn’t one