Luxurious Edge | A 2-storey apartment renovated by Studio Wills + Architects

This 2-storey apartment at The Arris located within Tanjong Pagar area in Singapore, looks just like those cool and stylish London homes that would be featured  in magazine like Livingetc.

Designed by Studio Wills + Architects, I really love the kitchen and the walk-in wardrobe concept of the master bedroom. The colour choice of black, blue with brass accents; and the use of a variety of textures and materials such as patterned tiles, marble and metal-framed doors created this very luxurious but edgy space. There is nothing I don’t like about this space :)

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Suar Wood Table Complementing an Industrial Theme Look

I came across this project from a sponsored Facebook post by Wihardja, and thought to share with you too.

A dining table was made from large slab of suar wood anchored to the pillar of the house. Really loving how organic and beautiful the wood is, and it really complements the raw finishing of the pillars and beam of the industrial theme here.

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Images via Wihardja Facebook

Mim Design | The Colours and Flowers Galore

Springtime hues and the unique floral installation. Isn’t this space breathtakingly beautiful?

Another gorgeous space designed by Mim Design, in collaboration with sustainable designer Joost Bakker, award-winning head chef of Attica, Ben Shewry, restaurateur Neil Perry and landscape designer, Jamie Durie for the Lexus Design Pavilion at Melbourne Cup Carnival 2014.

This is also a finalist in the Installation Design category of the Australian Design Awards 2015 and Dulux Colour Awards 2015.

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A Contemporary Home in Neutral Palette – by WCH Interior 王俊宏室内装修设计

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I’m not usually a big fan of interior that is too matchy-matchy in colours and material. But I’m really drawn to this contemporary apartment in Taiwan, a project by W.C.H Interior Design. The shades of beige and grey lend the space a very soft, calming and serene mood. Having a home like this, it will be such a bliss to come home to after hard day’s work.

P/S: Also spotted here –

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