Boasting an immaculate fusion of shapes and textures, a unique amalgam of this Modern Luxury and Scandinavian home interior exudes an opulent yet timeless appeal. Classic Nordic elements of light wood tones, minimal decor and clean lines emanate blissful comfort and a serene atmosphere in the living room. Sleek cabinetry with fluted wood panels encase the walls of the entryway, attached with a tinted semi-circular backlit mirror — accentuating a modern allure. In contrast to black kitchen cabinetry, fluted wood cladding brings in warmth and visual interest to the adjoining polished marble-grained countertop and backsplash.
Stellar craftsmanship of the curved staircase takes centre stage — a graceful unravelling upon entry of this lavish abode. Generous streams of sunlight illuminate the space from the lofty balcony windows, coupled with classic chequered floor tiles showcasing a sophisticated charm. Enchanting arch feature walls of the master bedroom and bathroom elevate the space with a touch of softness. Resembling a hotel-like setting, soothing wood tones and ambience lighting evokes a sense of rejuvenation and ease. Clad in terrazzo and sage green vertical tiles, the common bathroom radiates a youthful aura and vibrant character for the little ones.
As a growing family of four, the homeowners wanted to have a spacious home where they could often host gatherings and allow enough room for their young children. The homeowners had two different style preferences (Scandinavian and Modern Luxury) for their home and requested the interior designer to merge both interior styles together. Scandinavian elements are seen prominently on the first floor and master bedroom with the use of fluted wood panels in a light wood tone. With the reconfiguration of the kitchen layout, it allows a substantial amount of space for the homeowners to do their cooking and hosting guests.
One of the key highlights of the home is the beautiful curved staircase with a mini library for the kids underneath. The interior designer suggested lengthening the width of the staircase platform leading to the mini library — which effectively became a place where the kids conveniently read their books and a space where guests mingle around. At the entrance area, the wood joinery from the shoe cabinet to the concealed storeroom door doubles up as a feature wall with the installation of a semi-circular backlit mirror and fluted wood panels.
On the second floor, the master bedroom and bathroom consist of light wood tones and ambience lighting in favour of the Scandinavian interior style. As the common bathroom is mainly used by the kids, the interior style leans towards a playful character with modern accessories to keep it looking fun and fresh.