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 An eclectic mix of textures and dark tones along with plus seating turn this modern living room into a space that exudes sophistication and sensuality. The dark basil wall is bordered with a wooden 3D panel wall, while the floor is covered in ivory and brown Moroccan tiles. The brown rug feels plush against your bare feet as you recline on the majestic Barrington sofa. The sofa is placed between the Oliver ottoman, ideal for extra seating and the transitional Brenna end table which can house books or accent pieces.
Living room

Muted saffron Lexington dining chairs, set around a streamlined Ashby table command your attention in this tastefully executed dining room. Two generously proportioned cabinets placed in the corner hold crockeries and stemware with ease. A bold wall painting complements the chairs and brings alive the neutral room.
Dining room

 A skillful amalgamation of mid-century style furniture and modern elements brings distinctive style to this unconventional living room. The Giro TV unit and Rosa side table deliver a dash of retro style with their rounded edges and splayed legs. Placed in the center, the Noguchi coffee table works as the focal point of the room. The minimalist Havana and Nysa wall shelves and the Alma floating wall shelf provide space to display books and accent pieces.

Living room

 Anchored on a patterned rug, two roomy Hayden three-seater sofas define the seating area.  A pair of Claire Wingback  chairs upholstered in bewitching blue make a striking contrast against the neutral tones. Centering the arrangement, the sharp and angular lines of Arcadia Center table put a bold spin on the overall look of the living room.

 living room.

 An accent wall patterned with Indian motifs lends character to this clutter free room done up in serene shades of white and brown. A vibrant royal blue single seater Ashby sofa, conveniently located near tall windows, adds a pop of color. The Walden side table is a handy addition, while the floating shelves can be used to display accent pieces. The bedside lamp and glass pendant lights softly illuminate the room once the sun goes down.

Bed room

The industrial wall and hand-distressed sideboard work together to bring a rustic feel to this hallway arrangement. A lively shade of blue on the latter and fresh green indoor plants add cool contrasts making for an attractive vignette. With light fixtures providing just the right amount of illumination, the wall acts as the perfect canvas to display prized art . 
Wall design

 A perfect harmony of bold prints, wooden textures, and clean lines, this bedroom arrangement skillfully incorporates a wealth of storage space. Framed with two stylish pendant lights, the inviting Sera King bed works as the focal point of the room. A study table, media unit and wardrobe are smartly organized on the other side, maximizing available space. A dash of red on the striking wall decal provides stunning contrast against the neutral tones.
Bed room

Speckled with hot air balloons, this bedroom's enduring theme promises to inspire a sense of adventure in your little tyke right into his or her teen years. Designed as a shared space, the layout places the storage-savvy Clara king size bed at the center. Sarang chairs and floating Dalton units in a fun pop of color are provided for both the study corners, allowing occupants separate storage for their favourite storybooks and toys.
Kids room


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