; 5 dining room inspiration from our June-July issue

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5 dining room inspiration from our June-July issue

AUG 7, 2018 | By Nitija Shastri
(L-R) This space was envisioned as an uncluttered zone with room for a lot of movement Photograph by Shamanth Patil J;Shades of blue dominate the dining nook Photograph by Deepshikha Jain and Annkur Khosla Design Studio;The kitchen, with its metal and glass skin, sits at the heart of the home between the living and dining areas Photograph by The Trees, Mumbai;The flooring from Bharat Floorings and Tiles is the star of this home Photograph by Sameer Tawde courtesy Muselab.

Is your dining room in need of a little attention? From bold and vibrant to casual and rustic, we have gathered some of our favourite dining rooms from the beautiful homes in our June- July issue that will make you want to throw a dinner party.

Bengaluru Apartment by Shruti Japuria of MAIA Design
A mild steel and glass screen separates the dining area from the informal living space without interrupting the flow of light. This space was envisioned as an uncluttered zone with room for a lot of movement. The stained teak wood table, accompanied by chairs from Iqrup+Ritz, was designed by MAIA Design and crafted by Smith Interiors. A metallic light fixture from Sarita Handa and eccentric sculpture by artist Venkat Bothsa rest on a customised console from Alankaram. A photograph taken by the client’s son on his travels to Banff, Canada, completes this setting.
Mumbai Deco Apartment by architects Huzefa Rangwala and Jasem Pirani of local studio MuseLAB
In the dining area chairs with brown and cream, floral upholstery, a custom fabricated gold lighting fixture that hangs from the ceiling and a white composite table top that contrasts the deep lagoon blue cement tiles sourced from Bharat Floorings and Tiles.
Mumbai Apartment by architect Annkur Khosla
Shades of blue dominate the dining nook. To lend an added dimension to this space, Annkur designed a buffet table metal divider that suspends from the ceiling and separates the living and dining areas. The main table with a concrete finish is from MDF Italia, while the chairs are a product of Hans J Wegner. The cone lights that hang above have been picked up from Apparatus in Milan. A collection of decorative plates, of various shapes and sizes, by French artist Faiencerie Georges adorn the sliding panel which conceals a crockery cabinet
Show Apartment, The Trees, Mumbai by Anubhav Gupta of Godrej Properties
Anubhav Gupta of Godrej Properties describes his vision behind this airy show apartment in The Trees, Mumbai – a versatile space that facilitates a city dweller’s everyday routine.The kitchen, with its metal and glass skin, sits at the heart of the home between the living and dining areas
Mumbai Apartment by Rahul Shankhwalker of Studio HBA
The dining room comes alive with accessories from Simone…Naturally Inspired while the chairs are by Studio HBA. The Bubbles light fixture by Gallotti&Radice stands out for its cutting edge geometric shape, thereby lending a defined structure to the area.