The dining and living room has an expanse of glossy white tiles, upon which the leather and steel furniture is reflected. Recessed lighting guides the eye around the room, with the exquisite chandelier suspended above the dining table, providing a luxurious focal point and casting a warm glow throughout the space.
Parallel-mirrored walls are used behind the dining room and the TV wall, creating a sense of endless space, reflecting glimmers into the night and opening up the room.
The study is a practical space with floor to ceiling, built-in cabinetry for storage and display. The pale timber detailing adds a natural element to the room, making it less dull and office like.
Singapore condominium interior design has turned towards sophistication, which aims to allow the owner a daily experience of living in a five star hotel room. This master bedroom is a perfect example of this style with rich gold elements repeating in the soft curtaining, the leather headboard and the frosted panels along the side of the mirror. The lighting subtly defines the space and provides the ambiance, whether starting the day, or ending it.
The daughter’s bedroom was treated with a more playful touch. The molded pink desk and storage were designed as a custom unit, to save space and provide a focal point in the room. Pink has been used throughout with layering of the colour providing depth.
Lush green provides and all-round barrier from the city as one enters into the roof terrace, a space perfect for entertaining or a simple alone time.
Predominant wooden finishes gave the three-bedroom condominium at Leedon Residence a rustic, traditional look incompatible with the views of the young art lovers about to start living there. We took on the task of transforming the space into a…
As a three-bedroom condominium at the Lincoln in Surrey Road, this apartment had potential, but it was dark with awkward spaces and had no personality. The semi-retired owners wanted the space transformed to suit their needs and style, so…