Interior Design & Architectural Project Info
Luxury is no longer associated with just the traditional palatial gold and opulent marble found conventionally in manors or mansions. instead modern-day home manages to combine both old school opulence & contemporary coziness under one roof, beholden to everyone. Superior air ventilation incorporated into the interior allows it to feel larger and spacious. a stark contrast to the dark and cramped image of pre-war house.
The elongated living room is connected with the kitchen, dining area & open bar area as the decor features a modern twist to classical European designs. Fitted with a daring open staircase, this bold design is further enhanced with the selection of large circular pendants & imported italian marble counter. Gold finishes are thrown in to elevate the overall look with a hint of glitz. Meanwhile, the living room, dining area & kitchen enjoy the warm glow derived from the skylight feature, giving these spaces a natural comfort.
At the same time, smoke moooi dining chairs compliment the dining table consisting of black granite top& custom made steel table leg, which captured the beauty & character of the burnt wood, creating a unique sensation of sitting on a burnt furniture. The kitchen is enhanced with a cabinetry system tat comes with Fenix matt black finishing, compact top & grey mirror backing. it is further fitted with a hidden door that leads to the laundry, powder room.
The house is equipped with three bedrooms, which are hosted on the upper levels. sticking to its modern european theme, the first bedroom features a soft, neutral palette, enhanced with soft blue furnishing & a semi open wardrobe.
The second bedroom comes with a softer, baby blue accent, a sleek, custom made wardrobe cum dressing table as a nifty space saving hilight, as well as a hotel-like bathroom with arabescato marble feature wall. designed as a cantilever deck, the bathroom overlooking the skylight, offering a lavish & natural sense of relaxation.
Warm, earthy tone blanketed the final bedroom with a restful atmosphere as it also hosts a glittering bedhead, a clear glass door wardrobe with an en-suite bathroom. The glass cabinet used in this project are both aesthetically pleasing & functional as the glass panels help visually expand the space whilst providing enough storage space for the room. This design is finished with a metal plated spiral staircase coated in rust paint finish that connects the first & second level. an eccentric touch is what elevate the home from mundane into phenomenal.