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The large foyer is implemented with indirect lights from the wall recesses, and the horizontal and vertical lines create a streamlined spatial aesthetic. Looking through the glass door, the sense of transparency extends the view and welcomes visitors indoors. Entering the tea-tasting area, one will find the cabinets and furniture pieces made of raw wood. They are used to entertain the guests to experience the traditional tea culture and the idea of Zen. The living room is divided by white floor tiles, while leather sofas and marble coffee tables are used to outline the contemporary texture. Opening the iridescent glass folding doors, one will enter the dining and kitchen area with intertwined white, brown, and black. On the other hand, the metallic lighting drapes elegantly over the dining table, adding a touch of luxury. Besides, the kitchen is decorated with black and gray tones, showing a sophisticated, stylish, and spontaneous vibe. The secondary living room continues the indirect lighting ceiling design, and the linear elements are displayed in a plain and simple color scheme, creating a chic and neat style.
Upon entering the master bedroom, one will notice a unique mixed color scheme of bronze and night blue, presenting a unique introspective style. The designer has cleverly hidden the closet and checkroom behind the wall to keep the whole visual perception neat and clean. The louvered curtains at the end of the cloakroom welcome sunshine into the interior space, making the previously long and narrow distance look spacious and bright. In the other bedroom with a twin bed, the disorderly creative wooden slats are used as partitions to enhance visual penetration while keeping personal privacy. The addition of crystal-ball-shaped wall lamps comes with a warm yellow temperature, turning the space into a warm and cozy bedroom.
SUN LIGHT INTERIOR DESIGN
Interior Design - Apartment
GMA ARCHITECTURAL & URBAN DESIGN
Architecture - Commercial Low-Rise