Restrained but Strikingly Eclectic | Notting Hill Townhouse by Suzy Hoodless

This five-storey townhouse in Notting Hill is an embodiment of restrained good taste and eclecticism, brought together by the amazing British designer Suzy Hoodless. It speaks modern, contemporary, and sophistication. Yet the graphics, geometrics patterns and bursts of stronger colours bring in the playful touch needed for a family home.

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A bright entry way with a monochromatic scheme highlighted by a minty green french door.

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Lime green artwork and dusty pink curtain, who would have thought they worked so well together! (Also, the size of this sitting room is totally relatable to the apartment-sized living room that most of us have. If you are re-decorating, this could serve as perfect inspiration for a tasteful space)

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The kitchen and dining area opens out on to the garden terrace. A teak wood credenza adds warmth and layer to the neutral palette dining area.

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A pleasant surprise – a giant diagonal black-and-white stripes appear out of nowhere in the muted kitchen that leads down to the media room and work den on the lower ground floor.

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0932 Design Consultants | D Maisonette, Singapore

D Maisonette, the latest project shared by 0932 Design Consultants on their Facebook page.

Love how breathable the space is. Less is definitely more here.

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Colourful Home | An Energetic Apartment in Moscow

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I like colours. Colours set the mood of a space.

However, the idea of mixing different colours and patterns could be a little bit intimidating to a lot of people. So we ended up playing safe and stick to one of two neutral colours on our walls.

These projects are great examples of how colours can bring life, character and soul to a space. I really admire the eyes of the designers/home owners to have created these amazing colourful homes.

The first one is a small apartment of 42 sqm in Moscow, done by Олейник Оксана. While white and neutral tone are always soothing to look at, who says you can’t use high intensity colours in a small space? This apartment is bursting with colours, and full of energy. Staying in an apartment like this, I bet the winter in Moscow is not really an issue here :)

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Lee’s Design | A Modern Loft Shared by Two Sisters

Another gorgeous space done up by Lee’s Design 文儀設計, and this one has a more modern and polished look as compared to the 2 projects that I have posted previously.

Making use of the vertical space, 2 bedrooms were created to provide individual space for the sisters. Glass panels were used to demarcate the rooms, and hence allowing plenty of natural light to stream into the loft. White walls and light wood floor keep everything visually light. In the living room, the red sofa added just the right amount of accent and femininity to the loft. Pretty~

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Dakota Residence by Jonathan Poh

I first saw Jonathan Poh’s work when his own 3-room HDB apartment was featured in Home & Décor magazine 2-3 years ago. It left a deep impression on me as I really like his open concept bedroom with the Cole & Son wallpaper :)

This is another project by Jonathan, which is interesting as chipboard is used as one of the key material.

And, I totally love the idea bookcase wrapping around the wall and ceiling – something that we have seen in some of the overseas home but not so commonly done in Singapore.

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