MUJI INSPIRED HOME - Taman Prima Jaya, Kota Kinabalu

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Project Overview

Interior Design Budget
RM 180,000
8 weeks
Completion Year
Property Value
RM 2,200,000
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Whooh by NADI Worldwide Sdn. Bhd. Lot 4-401 & 4-402, Level 4, The Starling Mall No. 6
Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
47400 Damansara Uptown
Selangor, Malaysia
+60111611xxxx +6012221xxxx
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Interior Design Project Info


Project Location : Taman Prima Jaya, Kota Kinabalu
Design Concept : MUJI inspired home
Project Type : 2 Storey Semi Detached House
Property Size : 2800sqft
Designed : Whooh by Nadi

The interior design of this semi-detached house is inspired by the serene and minimalist aesthetics of Muji, creating a harmonious and tranquil living environment. The use of light wood throughout the spaces infuses a sense of natural warmth and simplicity, evoking a Zen-like atmosphere that encourages relaxation and mindfulness.

Upon entering the house, the foyer features a striking herringbone tile feature wall that serves as a captivating backdrop for the piano. This artistic element adds visual interest and a touch of texture to the space while maintaining the clean and uncluttered Muji-inspired design theme. The herringbone pattern provides a subtle dynamic effect without overwhelming the calm ambiance.

The living room and dining area are connected seamlessly, with the centerpiece being a standalone TV feature wall positioned between the two spaces. This design element creates a subtle segregation of the areas without compromising the sense of openness. The light wood finish of the TV feature wall complements the overall design theme, adding warmth to the living space.

Moving into the master bedroom, the calm and soothing atmosphere continues. The walls are clad with feature panels that lead the way into the walk-in wardrobe, which boasts extensive storage capabilities. The combination of white and light wood creates a sense of purity and tranquility, enhancing the overall Zen-inspired ambiance of the room.

A hidden door is thoughtfully integrated into the middle of the walk-in wardrobe, leading to the master bathroom. This discreet design feature maintains a seamless and uncluttered appearance while providing convenient access to the en-suite bathroom. The bathroom itself is designed with clean lines, light wood accents, and a serene color palette, further reinforcing the Muji-inspired aesthetic.

Throughout the house, the light wood elements are complemented by neutral tones and simple furnishings, allowing the natural beauty of the materials to shine. The minimalist approach to decor and furniture selection ensures that the spaces remain open, inviting, and free from excess.

In summary, the interior design of this Muji-inspired semi-detached house exudes a sense of tranquility, simplicity, and Zen-like calmness. The light wood elements, herringbone tile feature wall, standalone TV feature, and hidden doors seamlessly blend functionality and aesthetics, creating a harmonious living environment that encourages relaxation and mindfulness.

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