Ashiesh Shah, an architect who has designed spaces for many Bollywood actors in Mumbai, bought the apartment in October 2009 and spent 5 million rupees to convert the space from a two-bedroom cramped duplex to an airy one-bedroom studio. Knocking down a total of nine walls, “gave me freedom to place art pieces in a fluid, open space,” he said.

Interior Styling | New Ideas for Walls

dark bedroom walls

Kitchen storage

Love the primitive table and mirror with cement urn

bathroom

Chelsea NYC | Michael Dawkins Home

GORGEOUS blue grey

This Ivy House

Dramatic branches. Want for dinning room!

Dark interior with cloud painting: "Tableau nuage" | Artist: Chessy Welch

anders Schonnemann

Belavali House / Studio Mumbai.

Mumbai Jeweler's Apartment

Wide open spaces

Wall

Walls

That wall art.

art wall

Love the wood walls

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