17 Bungalows in Malaysia Which Epitomise Modern Luxury

17 Bungalows in Malaysia Which Epitomise Modern Luxury

Charmaine Kon by Charmaine Kon on Nov 8, 2017
Why you should care

There’s so much opportunity for good interior design in a large space like a bungalow. On the other hand, over-design or misuse of space are common interior design mistakes for bungalows in Malaysia. Take a tour inside these Malaysian bungalows to see how each one applied different interior styles to large spaces.

Bungalows hold large possibilities in terms of interior styles.

With such a large space, interior designers can make use of architecture and furnishing to highlight homeowners’ styles. The larger number of rooms also means that there’s opportunity for slight variations and interpretations when it comes to different rooms within the bungalow.

Look through these awe-inspiring homes and bookmark your favourite interior styles for your home.

This modern bungalow embraces mid-century modern furniture along with classic materials and textures like marble and beadboard walls. Meanwhile the kids’ room reflect more vibrant personalities.

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This tropical mansion is a resort at home. The use of dark wooden flooring, architecture, and built-in furniture coupled with warm light exuding from lantern-style lighting give this bungalow a getaway vibe.

Boasting a vintage interior, this grand home features high ceilings, opulent lighting, and vintage furniture to emphasise old-timey grandeur. Its classic design features a mostly white and light colour palette that adds to the home’s spaciousness.

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Located in Johor, this modern space features built-in and removable furniture with clean lines in colours like taupe, brown, and white. The more intricate designs are left to its feature partitions and walls.

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A great example of how different rooms can have different personalities, this contemporary bungalow features a modern living room, bedrooms, and a resort-like exterior. The kids’ bedroom, on the other hand, is a child’s dream – bright colours with fun wallpaper and furnishing.

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It’s no surprise that the mid-century modern interior style is so popular as it’s both sleek and timeless. To anchor such furniture, this bungalow adds interest to its wall with beadboards, fun yet subtle colours, patterned wallpaper, and bold art.

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This bungalow really pulls out all the stops in terms of interior design. Futuristic architecture, blue lights under the staircase and at the ceilings, and a semi-indoor swimming pool – need we say more?

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This retro yet contemporary bungalow uses retro accents and architecture to nicely contrast its contemporary designs.

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Our favourite aspect of this modern bungalow is the dramatic black and white colours in its open space living, dining, and kitchen space.

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Can’t decide on a single interior style? Then create a hybrid in your home. This bungalow features classic and contemporary interior with modern-built-in furniture.

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The cosy furnishing and colour palette of blues and greys makes this an inviting home for a modern family.

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This bungalow is what an elevated Scandinavian interior looks like. It eschews bare minimalism for bolder wall and ceiling textures.

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Note this home’s exquisite, modern industrial exterior. The inside of the home boasts similarly modern and classic design.

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Taking on an Asian and Zen interior design, this home is a strong reflection of the homeowners’ style and culture. Everything from the lighting to the architecture and furnishing embraces the theme.

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To highlight the openness and modernity of these homes layouts, these bungalows feature modern minimalistic interior via its architecture and furnishing.

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This modern and spacious home features classic aspects like marble, chandeliers, and plaster ceiling to create a grand look. The exterior of the home is equally grand with ceiling-length windows that let out warm lighting to its pool and compound.

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You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

There’s so much opportunity for good interior design in a large space like a bungalow. On the other hand, over-design or misuse of space are common interior design mistakes for bungalows in Malaysia. Take a tour inside these Malaysian bungalows to see how each one applied different interior styles to large spaces.

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