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Falguni Peacock's vibrant home office follows 3C code

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When the lockdown began, Peacock added a plants to liven up her WFH space.

Synopsis

The designer's work-from-home transition was easy as she had most of the set-up ready before the lockdown.

The wall behind Falguni Peacock’s desk at her home office in Mumbai is adorned by a painting. ‘Famille’, it reads, and it’s an apt description for her workspace, especially during the lockdown. “My family, including my pets, tend to be all over my office while we are working. So the question of them being allowed or not is invalid,” she says with a laugh. The crowd is just another element adding to the eclectic and creative mix of the space. “My

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