Another Hong Kong apartment done up by French interior designer Peggy Bels.
Very stylish, and I’m really liking the shiny black kitchen here.
Images via Peggy Bels Interior Design
Merry Christmas! May this holiday season sparkle and shine! and I hope you like the apartment in today’s post like I do :)
This 605 sqft apartment in Ap Lei Chau was once dark and dingy, but it does come with picture-perfect view of Aberdeen’s busy harbour (make sure you scroll to view the last picture of the post!). With the help from French interior designer Peggy Bels, the apartment was transformed into a bright and modern adobe that showcases touches of chic Parisian flair.
Another modern Japanese home to share.
This is a 90sqm apartment in Okazaki, designed by Eight Design. With plenty of natural light pouring in, wall full of bookshelves and a large green leafy trees in the living room, the apartment feels just like a book cafe and that you won’t want to leave.
Do you like the clean, tranquil and uncluttered Japanese aesthetic? I found this article in Freshome – 10 Ways to Add Japanese Style to Your Interior Design that sums up pretty well :)
Patterned tiles are quite a trend in the Singapore interior design scene these 2 years. We frequently see Spanish tiles and Peranakan tiles being used in cafes and restaurants, and they are increasingly popular in residential homes too. A small “dose” of patterned tiles will add enough visual drama to any cookie-cutter HDB flats. This 4-room HDB apartment at Marine Parade is a project by The Scientist. There are a lot of interesting vignette to look at within the apartment, but the focal point has got to be the kitchen, which is clad in colourful tiles of different patterns on the floor and on each side of the walls. Bold move by the designer and the home owners, as layering patterns on patterns is not the easiest task. The effort paid off well in this unique home, it looks fabulous.
This is a 2-bedroom, 90 sqm apartment located at Rothschild Boulevard, the heart of Tel Aviv financial district.
The apartment is housed in a building originally built in 1938, and Dori Interior Design has renovated this unit into a contemporary home that exudes simple elegance by mixing and contrasting materials like exposed concrete beams against the classy herringbone wood flooring and modern clean-lined furniture.
A space that feels fresh and effortless.