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The design savvy clients, one of whom was formerly educated in art, had many specific requirements for the design of their HDB resale flat, including taupe-coloured walls for the master bedroom and pink mosaic tiles for the bathroom. Thus, the project was carried out in a collaborative manner; Studio Myte lent their expertise in spatial design, material selections and design detailing, while making sure to keep the home as a "blank canvas" on which the clients could fill with their own choice of furniture, various artefacts and paintings they have collected, as well as their extensive indoor plant collection. Keeping to a modest renovation budget, minimal changes to the original layout were proposed, while maximising spatial impact. The large green feature wall was proposed not just as a decorative feature wall, but as an attempt to visually unite the living and dining area which would otherwise be read as two incongruent spaces due to the unusual flat layout. This visual continuity enhances the perceived size of the space, and is further enhanced by introducing a glass door into the study. In the master bedroom, the space was designed to be kept simple by concealing the entrance into the master bathroom within the wardrobe. Once opened, the concealed door reveals a visually impactful bathroom covered in pink mosaic tiles.
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After a long, busy day, we all need somewhere to unwind. With styles for all the family, from toddlers to teens to grown ups, our bedroom collection extends from bedside chests to fitted wardrobes, all available in a choice of finishes. Our designs are stylish, versatile and practical, allowing you to piece together your perfect bedroom. Plus you can be creative by combining décor doors, mirrored doors, shelves and drawers to create your own design.
Timothy Godbold Ltd
A stunning mountain retreat, this custom legacy home was designed by MossCreek to feature antique, reclaimed, and historic materials while also providing the family a lodge and gathering place for years to come. Natural stone, antique timbers, bark siding, rusty metal roofing, twig stair rails, antique hardwood floors, and custom metal work are all design elements that work together to create an elegant, yet rustic mountain luxury home.
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
Upstairs, the new master suite becomes a spacious adult retreat overlooking the rear yard. Calming tones of pale green are paired with light woods and soft fabrics to create a serene environment for rest and relaxation.