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Chiquit Brammall added this to Year-End Wrap-up: 50 Most Popular Singapore Photos in 201820 November 2018

32. Dining room, Mr Shopper StudioPhotography by Lárc by The LuminariRead about this home

Chiquit Brammall added this to 8 Cool and Colourfully Scandi Spaces in HDB Flats14 August 2018

2. A wintery pastel colour scheme in the living-dining areaHome: 4-room flat in Bukit BatokDesigner: Ben Teo, Sheldon Toh, and Joanna Chia of Mr Shopper StudioDog-friendly materials are disguised by the soft, cool hues used throughout this home. In the L-shaped open-plan living and dining area, the wintery pastel colour scheme is introduced through a statement-making geometric feature wall. The cool mint-sage hue is carried throughout the adjacent wall, balanced by white and blond wood elements. The other pastel colours on the feature wall – pale pink and blue-grey – are echoed through the carefully-selected furniture and accessories.

Chiquit Brammall added this to Are Coloured, Painted Feature Walls Making a Comeback?30 May 2018

Design superstar Karim Rashid, whom I interviewed years ago when he was in Singapore for Veuve Clicquot, said that painting is his preferred way of bringing his favourite colour (pink) to a room. It’s economical and easy, and it will last for several years – or you can freshen up with a new colour every year.

Verlaine Marquez added this to Houzz Tour: Powdery Pastels Bring a Wintery Vibe to a New Flat27 April 2018

The couple has a pet dog, so there was also a concern about using materials that can withstand the dog’s scratching habits. “They hoped to minimise using furniture made of wood and replace it with a more sturdy material. It was a little challenging as their theme is Scandinavian, a style which features lots of wood,” Teo says.

Chiquit Brammall added this to Ideas we Love: 35 Spaces Where Art and Decor Synergise3 April 2018

13.Location: SingaporeWhy we love it: The art above the dining bench showcases sprightlier shades of the colours on the feature wall, creating that visual connection and cohesiveness between dining and living areas.Find an interior designer or decorator near you

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Joanna Ng added this to Living Room31 May 2020

The pastel / muted colour concept is quite pretty. Not sure if / how we can integrate it with a scandi / minimalist colour concept.

nelliemay added this to Mason Flat16 April 2020

Back wall feature, but different colours

Lynn Cook added this to dining room21 February 2020

Paint design, could it be done in two colors and two different sheens?

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