Set up your workspace opposite a statement wall and you’ll have a handy background for video calls—no more fiddling with your laptop to make sure that pile of laundry stays off camera. While refurbishing their Toronto home during the pandemic, the owners requested interior designer Iman Lalji to pick a backdrop that would look great on Zoom calls. This stunning wallpaper creates visual interest without being distracting. The hints of grey and bronze echo that of the sleek work desk, maintaining visual cohesiveness in the space.
This workspace neatly occupies a corner of the living room in a compact 1BHK Mumbai home. A pop of yellow livens up the wooden desk that’s timeless in design. The chair and lamp, on the other hand, add a modern Art Deco touch, in keeping with the design scheme of the rest of the home.
David Abraham, one half of the much-loved fashion label Abraham & Thakore, and his partner Kevin Nigli, also a partner in the brand, share a home located on the outskirts of Delhi. Kevin’s study is an indulgent aesthete’s dream come true. A vintage, silk, ikat kimono bought in Harajuku, Tokyo is displayed on the wall, over an old desk from Amar Colony, New Delhi on which is placed a classic Marelli fan. To one side stands an oversize bulb traditionally used to warm chicken hatcheries. The painting on the wall is by Goan artist Querozito D’Souza.