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Show flat 115 draws inspiration from Kingsman: The Secret Service, a popular action spy film, in which the spy Harry Hart vividly presents the image and character of English gentleman. The design attempts to highlight the features and nobility of gentleman, elegant lifestyle and introverted quality, and to create a classy space with a British taste. Show flat 115 adopts the orange hue, a charming, vibrant and elegant color, so as to produce a unique touch and visual effect. The retro-style brown and rusty colors are simple yet magnificent. The restraining tones show understated luxury and taste. Hues do not necessarily have to be bright. Instead, a proper color palette with characteristics enables a space to integrate comfort, understated luxury and taste together, which reveals infinite charm. Show flat 140 takes cues from London Style. It is dominated by large-scale grey hue, and complemented by green color, which sets the tone of the overall space. In addition to fixed functions, the canteen is endowed with artistic attributes. The marble table with a textured aesthetic, crystal and metal lighting fixture and furniture with curved quilting allow the space to transition from artistic touch to the quintessence and fun of life. The color palette and shapes of furniture in the master bedroom are elaborately designed. The crystal and metal suspended lamp, fur cushions and leather headboard are symbols of a luxurious, private space. The design leverages the asymmetrical organization to subtly combine leather, metal and wood veneer together to create an elegant, grey-toned space. The bay window provides an open view to outdoor landscapes. The theme of violin music fills the space with artistic charm of play of light and shadows.
Interior Design - Residential