排屋室内 @ Coronation Road
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Winner: akiHAUS Design StudioThis walk-in wardrobe seamlessly transitions to the bedroom thanks to its thoughtful, clean-lined design.See more wardrobe design winners
2. Walk-in wardrobe, akiHAUS Design Studio
4. Pared-back luxurySingapore homeowners favoured the Japanordic style blending Scandi style with Japanese influences in 2019 – and that may still be popular in 2020 – but they’re looking for a more sophisticated and upmarket spin. The alternative: the same clean lines and neutral palette, but enriched by glossy surfaces and plush, velvety soft furnishings.“Clients are becoming younger and definitely more design-conscious than ever before. Many undertake extensive research on different interiors they want for their dream home by scouring online platforms such as Houzz to build their visual and digital library of reference images. From an interior architecture perspective, clients are requesting contemporary, clean lines with polished or satin brass, and bronze metal trims for wall panels are still a firm favourite. From a loose décor perspective we are receiving two main divergent requests: either quiet, pared-back luxury or vivid richness,” says Woo.
1. Wardrobe, akiHAUS Design Studio