Discussion in 'Home And Deco' started by Tid Plus Design, Apr 13, 2018.
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Here’s another wet and dry kitchen idea! Due to the visibility of the dry kitchen from the living room, the design is kept neat and clean. Using greys and silver and black appliances kept the look neutral so that when anything changes in the living room, this don’t have to.
Keep the toilet simple, with clean lines. Linear vanity with open shelves provide ample storage while not looking bulky. Frame the toilet screen in black to create contrast and accent that with black toilet accessories to unify the space.
Designs need not be complicated to look stylish. Here, we used simple black frame with no complex design to create an open kitchen. While the segregation of space is clear, this simplistic design is easy on the eyes.
Thank you @nbhha for letting us be part of your beautiful home journey. Like we always say, we provide the foundation, and the homeowners will inject the home its personality through their own style of home styling! And you did it so gorgeously!
The clear balance of black and white in this contrasting kitchen is illuminated by a flood of light from the service yard. This helps the kitchen appear bright and spacious despite the dark palette.
Totally love the way @faizzzain and wife’s way of styling their home. The warm wood tones against the contrasting black pops up really nicely. There were just the right amount of accessorising without being to overly cluttered!
A popular method of concealing the bomb shelter is with carpentary. It provides a seamless look that help mask unsightly doors while keeping the flow from the entryway to the living room fluid.
Pop of colours could make space look interesting. Don’t worry about overwhelming the interior by using neutral shades to manage the colour scheme better. The accordion window used here helps to open up space, and when closed helps to contain heat and grease in the kitchen.
In this continuation of colour play in home interior, we implemented the same colour scheme as the kitchen for the feature wall in chevron pattern. This help to make the home look wider than it actually is, and the calming tone gives a cheery feel to this home.
Light grey flooring, and oak carpentary complements the sea green feature wall well, without competing for attention. Due to the strong chevron pattern, the rest of th home is kept simple and clean, and minimal accessorising is recommended.
Simple looking tiles can look smashing just by the way the tiles are arranged. Here, the tiles were placed diagonally creating a visual treat that does not overwhelmed. Pair that with dark accessories and carpentary and you get a toilet that’s akin to a boutique hotel.
Simple designs goes a long way these days. Muted tones like grey and white is time withstanding and is always pleasing on the eyes. A simple feature wall at the TV console can be added like this to anchor the living room subtly.
What’s better than having a walk-in wardrobe than one that comes complete with a dressing table and bay window seating. Consider having a glass door so that when you need air-conditioning it does not need to cool down two spaces. Oh, and it is always pretty to have sliding doors in gorgeous black frame, anyways!
Kitchen is potentially once space that will have the most clutter. This is why storage and space planning plays a critical part in kitchen design. Keep the design simple, and use not too much colours so that the kitchen look neat and simple allowing you to maintain the space easier.
Isn’t this toilet classy? Designs need not be complicated to make toilets look nice and functional. Simple mirror with shelvings to create a nice decorating space is enough to create a classy looking toilet without all the clutter.
The lightness of white and grey helps to open up space. Plus, when you pair that with minimalism you’ll get an interior that is airy and pleasing to the eyes. Introduce design elements through patterns on carpet and carpentary for added visual interests.
Here’s another home design that was kept simple, but were added whimsical touches with the use of printed tiles. Putting the fridge and ovens on one side frees up the worktop space on the other side allowing a more functional kitchen space!
We had the privileged to do up @syarif.ig & @malaquemahdaly first home! It was definitely a great experience working with them to achieve a dream home for this family of four. Read about all the features and their renovation journey at @qanvast. The link is up on our bio!
Have you read about #thesyarifs renovation journey with us? It has really been nothing short of amazing working with Syarif and Malaque! We will be sharing more images of their home shortly! Meanwhile, the link is still up on our bio.
One of key features of #thesyarifsresidence is the customised stone design wallpaper. It functions as the feature wall while giving the living room an interesting visual treat.
Conceal the bomb shelter with full height mirror and as a way to expand the space and reflect light, giving the impression of a wider home. The mirror could also be used as your last check before you leave your home.
The toilet is the space that you could truly enjoy an alone time. Hence it’s pivotal that the place is designed to not only be functional, but one that is cosy too. In #thesyarifsresidence, the toilet is provided with storage, and an accessible wooden strips to mask the louvre window.
If your toilet have the space to extend the vanity top, do it! The extra space allows you to put daily used item and access them easily. The non-frequently used item can be stored in the mirror cabinet to keep the space almost clutter free. #thesyarifsresidence. - image: @qanvast
Bring down one wall, and have two rooms combined into one for that spacious retreat at the end of the day. With this bigger layout, having an island in the dressing room is possible for added storage and a boutique feel to your home. - : @qanvast for #thesyarifsresidence
What could be sexier than an island that extends to a dining table? This hosting friendly set up allows you to be in the kitchen and yet interact with your guests easily.
We love the uniformity of flooring that stretches from the living room all the way to the kitchen. It keeps the house cohesive and in an open concept homes, there will not be jarring separation of two different floor patterns. Neutrals of white and gray in this space also helps to keep the interior look stylish and modern.
Make the space interesting by creating a visual interest up on the ceiling instead of walls. It helps to introduce texture and patterns while still keeping your view at eye level sleek and clean!
Going monotonous with light neutral colours is one way to get an impression of a bigger home. This palette of white and grey and the correct scale of the furniture selection made the space feels airy and spacious.
Sliding doors that can be tucked all the way to the end gives you the flexibility to keep the space open when you need more space, or closed in when you need the privacy. Pair that with transparent glass that would allow light to pass through, thus keeping the home bright and airy.
These wide island sprawling at the front of the kitchen is a great place to gather with friends. Food can be served here and if you have a heavy day of cooking, prepping space is ample! While we used solid white and grey throughout the kitchen, the introduction of the mosaic design at the front of the island creates a bit of whimsy in an otherwise sleek and serious kitchen.
A platform bed with storage that flows to the wardrobe area in neutral shades exude a calming, almost zen feeling to this bedroom. Pair that with simple headboard and mimimal styling, and you’ll get a simplistic space for you to retire for the day.
Where there’s space, consider having a readingnook that is near a window and bask in the abundance of light. Here, the brown chair adds a nice contrast to the grey and white home while the plant lends a cosy feel to finish this space off nicely.
Sometimes all we want is a frill free and simple toilet. One that has minimal maintainence, be able to provide some storage and keep the dry area slightly dry with a shower screen.
Mirror the shape of the floor with the ceiling to create an interesting visual. You can also dd lights under the platform for the perfect ambience in the night. A platform helps to mark out the space for different function without the need of a wall for segregation.
This screed looking laminate for the wardrobe that comes complete with a dressing table is a perfect design for an intimate space. It provides hanging storage, as well as drawer space and overhead compartments that allows you to store all your essentials.
Warm up the coolness of grey with a contrasting wood colour. Here, the bar top is wrapped with the same wood top to add visual interest to the monochromatic kitchen. No hardware were used while the sleek tampered glass finish for the backsplash keeps the kitchen looking modern and neat!
Not a fan of an open concept interior? Not an issue! You still can create an impression of spaciousness by using appropriatre-sized furniture, clean and sleek carpentary designs with neutral and light wall colours.
If you look at the design of this home, you’d notice that there is quite a number of design works happening on the ceiling and TV console area. But keep the palette muted so that the whole space look uniform and tied together rather than messy.
An L-shaped wardrobe provides maximum storage while looking obscure in a corner. For a uniform space that is neat and sleek, create a niche that function as a side table instead of having it as a separate furniture.
A sleek and clean kitchen that appears bright and spacious is always a welcoming sight. Here, the kitchen is kept to its minimal form, to maximise function. Galley styled kitchen layout means more storage space and functional with plentiful of work space!
Using a bigger sized tile makes an interior look bigger than it actually is. The spaciousness of the space can be further amplified with the usage of wide mirror and clear shower screens. Create contrast using black and white and consider a frosted glass door that allows light to come in.
Familiar to this layout? Yes, we shared the 3D image of this kitchen earlier this week. A typical HDB kitchen is normally long and narrow and we used the galley style layout to maximise space and a simplistic design to create the neat look of this space.
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