ZRO Design Team
SITE AREA (SQ.FT.)
BY BLENDING A VARIETY OF MODERN-DAY BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONTEMPORARY FURNISHING SELECTIONS.
THE DESIGN TEAM HAS PRODUCED A SHOWHOUSE DESIGN THAT IS COMPELLING TO THE EYES AND THE HEARTS OF YOUNG URBAN FAMILIES.
In order to appeal to the target buyers of this property development, the interior design team came up with a plan to fuse simple design elements with neutral colour tones throughout the showhouse, giving its interior spaces a chic yet sophisticated look. At the living room, the double volume ceiling is being complemented by the use of stylish blinds as well as an avant-grade centrepiece that captures the modern artistry of its design.
Chrome Finishes provide the modern interior a hint of luxury and sophistication.
Along with the living hall, the ground floor is also equipped with an open dining and kitchen area furnished with a functional kitchen island that is extended into long rectangular dining table. Aside from its living area, the design team has converted an extra room on the ground floor into a cosy family room. Grey wall paint is selected for this room to bring a modern edge into the design while ensuring that the space appear more enclosed and intimate.
The empty hallway on the upper floor is being furnished simply with modern pieces to match its urban theme.
Open shelves are installed to ensure that the walk-in wardrobe remains open instead of being overwhelmed with gigantic cabinets.
Moving onto the upper level of the showhouse, you would instantly notice the change in mood with the selection of sleek timber flooring. Warm and serene, the second family room converted from an empty hallway serves as a quiet retreat or a simple lounge area. Meanwhile, the design of its master bedroom expands its timber usage into a full wall feature to enhance its calming atmosphere. A sliding door is fitted into the wall feature that leads into the walk-in wardrobe and bathroom. On the other hand, the diverse designs of the other bedrooms showcase the potential and versatility of its room space. It is also interesting to note that the team has incorporated loose furniture pieces made of Warwick Fabrics from Australia to spruce up the entire showhouse.