Luxe colonial resort style as the overall interior design concept. In order to cater the space to a larger group of people, the kitchen was redesigned into an open concept style, and one of the rooms was opened up and redesigned as a flexible space for entertainment, dining and work.
Project Year: 2017
Project Team: Charmaine Wong
Photos By: Food & Shelter Co.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The marble look complements the monochrome inspiration. “As designers we prefer natural materials, but the owners were keen to use marble-like laminate and floor tiles to control the renovation budget,” shares Wong. They came up with technical solutions to work within the owners’ budget while achieving the expensive look desired. “Our design solution was to detail the marble-like laminate feature wall with deliberate groove lines to prevent having laminate butt joints which easily give away. As for the flooring, the colour of the floor grout was chosen after physical mock-ups to ensure the tile joint lines are kept subtle,” she says. The white sofa, black and white rug, black leather ottoman, and walnut brown timber blinds also work together to emphasise the mod-colonial look.Sofa: Furniture Club: area rug: For the Common Goods; ceiling fan: Haiku