Artists Jitish and Reena Kallat's home is warm and understated - living room partition wall

by:EBUNGE     2019-08-25
Artists Jitish and Reena Kallat\'s home is warm and understated  -  living room partition wall
Although their building is right next door to a school, they are cut off from the noise as the entrance to the school is far away from their side.
Artists tish and Reena Kallat and their fiveyear-
In Bandra, the mother of the old son ahahn and Kitty lives in a 2,000-square-foot apartment.
Although their building is right next door to a school, they are cut off from the noise as the entrance to the school is far away from their side.
Reena's brother Rajiv Saini renovated their house six years ago, "but we all felt it was time to renovate our house and when the empty corners and lighting were vacant, the two said in unison.
Kallats has another home near Carter Road and they use it as their "thinking pad and writing pad" and plan to finish two homes at a time.
Their living room is large and airy, overlooking the lush green.
In fact, the swaying palm leaves in the cool breeze seem to bring the outdoors into the interior.
All the furniture and sofas are custom made
Made according to the couple's taste, however, this is quite low key.
Everything is customized.
Even the tiles in the bathroom next to the master bedroom are made of glass terrazzo.
Three unusual-shaped wooden cabinets greet one at the entrance.
"These cabinets took an unusually long time to make because the handles were made of beaten metal and stolen before the connection, so we had to remake them, and reena recalled the nightmare.
There is a baby Jesus Christ statue in the hall, which the couple picked up from Fort Cochin.
Another interesting artifact is the green big Chinese urn.
The background in the room is a huge "coat" painting.
At first glance, the painting seems simple, but in a further review it throws out a symbol of exploitation of women --
Typical thought complexity in Rena Carratt's paintings.
The two politically minded trio on the wall next to the table are tish's contributions to the artwork in the house.
An interesting Inside tip: The living room is separated from the dining room by subtly improving it.
We think it's a smart move, not to keep everything on a level or to build a wall or partition.
There is even groove lighting under the raised part to give it a more prominent feature.
The couple are not tech savvy and don't like any complicated technology.
"Mac scares me even more than it excites me," Jitish said . " Reena added, "We are comfortable using only functional things.
"Again, the couple did not like the gas map or feng shui, but believed in a good atmosphere and positive energy.
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