Luxe OpulenceInterior Design & Decor
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Ideal Design Interior's concept for this flat in Yishun carries both modern contemporary aesthetics with the function and budget in mind. Maintaining that rich opulent feel without bursting the budget requires creativity and skill, as seen in this flat.
Finding the right interior design firm can be an arduous task, starting from looking from websites and forums such as Renotalk to getting personal recommendations from friends who have had good experiences. In this article, we feature the work of a boutique interior design firm catering to the mid to high end range of residential property, all while being mindful of the client’s budget.
Ideal Design Interior’s concept for this flat in Yishun carries both modern contemporary aesthetics with the function and budget in mind. Maintaining that rich opulent feel without bursting the budget requires creativity and skill, as seen in this flat.
With shrinking flat sizes, space management is always on the back of every good interior designer’s mind. Stepping into the flat, one is met with a strongly modern yet homely and cosy feel with the use of a monochrome colour scheme livened by deep pink and bright white lights reflecting off the paint treated grey walls. The television console’s reflective surfaces add depth while preserving storage space, its clean lines clearly giving a boost to the modern feel. With a light grey rug and a smooth leather sofa set, the otherwise clinical layout is layered with a sense of soft homeliness. Finishing off the look is a multi-tiered clear class white chandelier casting a classy glow over the living space.
Tucked away at a corner is a mini bar complete with high bar stools perfect for an evening drink or an early morning breakfast before work. The reflective surface of the marble floor is exploited with the use of lights under the bartop counter, giving an illusion space. Cylindrical lights of varying lengths cast their glow over the counter while a retro-feel pink display cabinet allows for storage of one’s favourite drinks.
The kitchen area maintains the modern colour scheme of black broken by pink only to be broken by the presence of silver and white which lend to both functional and utilitarian use of the kitchen with no negative bearing on the outlook and aesthetic. One notable departure would be the use of matt flooring in the kitchen for safety, a feature that is worked in to the credit of the conscientious designer.
In the master bedroom and attached toilet, the colour scheme takes a neutral twist to incorporate more neutral tones to give a relaxed feel. The extensive use of mirrors allow for better space development in the confined space. The television console, with its matching white rimmed flat panel television, serves as a perfect counterpoint to the bed and the stepped dressing table.
The master bedroom toilet boasts of grey tiling matched with a white sink and toilet bowl. Low maintenance while exuding the luxe utilitarian feel that matches the bedroom, it is here that we see the use of carefully selected accessories being a key to functional aesthetics.
Modern, stylish and functional, Ideal Design Interior has definitely scored a hit with this immaculately designed flat.