This 1,302sqf four-bedroom apartment at Mount Vernon Road, designed by Enoch ID, is a luxurious holiday home filled with statement furniture, metallic accents and gorgeous wall coverings. Here are 8 creative ways to add colour to your home.
One of the standout design ideas here is the faux fireplace. A sliding door to the bedrooms and a wall feature flank the fireplace, creating symmetry in the living area.
Vin Leong from Haelcyon Days, compartmentalised this 829sqf one-bedroom apartment in Bugis home into various “elements of surprise”; upon entering the home, guests will be greeted by a long and striking Nero Marquina marble countertop, before being drawn to the backlit cabinet housing travel mementos.
Brass and copper accents throughout the home add to a luxurious ambience.
This capacious family home — a three-storey semi-detached house — is designed to have spaces unique to each individual, while still maintaining a unified look that is stately, elegant and absolutely alluring. The work took over a year and was overseen by Adrian Heng of Ottimo Spazi, and the result is a luxurious modern classic, hotel-inspired look.
Open sleeping and bathing areas make the room look and feel like a hotel suite.
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To have an entire penthouse designed as a master suite for one sounds like the ultimate indulgence and that was exactly what this homeowner wanted. In her brief to Design Intervention, she asked for a home that would serve as her retreat from frenetic city life – a space that would exude serene glamour and soft femininity.
Brushed gold strips set into the grey veneer – derived from a single tree to ensure a consistency of colour and grain – accentuate the curvature of the wall and provide an interesting contrast of textures and finishes, with the soft sheen of metal against the matte veneer.
This cluster-house at Gerald Drive has charming interiors that exude a luxe, moody ambience. The interior design team at SYRB chose a darker colour palette, with black and grey as the primary colours in the living, kitchen and bar areas.
The bathroom takes a lighter colour palette, wuth marble-look tiles on the walls, and light wood-look tiles on the floor.
Designed by Wee Studio, this classy, hotel-inspired four-bedroom condominium apartment at The Interlace features neutral colours and many designer furniture.
Taking advantage of the high ceiling (see these wow-worthy ceiling ideas) in the bedrooms, the designers created a cove in the daughter’s room. With dark wood-look laminate cladding the walls, floors and ceiling, the result is a cosy, restful space.
This article was originally published in Home & Decor.