Want to know how you can enjoy modern luxury living in your own home? Grab a copy of Lookbox Living issue 61 and find out.
16 December 2019
Note from the editor, Janice Seow
The term ‘luxury’ has long been equated with an extravagant lifestyle, but things are changing. Today, luxury has broader meaning; in the context of modern domestic life, quality time with family and friends, comfort, simplicity and time-saving solutions are often viewed as luxuries. One could argue that many of the definitions today are centred on personal well-being, and don’t necessary have to be costly (which is a good thing!).
Light makes an impact at Residence at Sundridge Park Road – a project by Toh Yah Li / Light Collab
In this issue, we ask interior designer Emma Maxwell, furniture retailer Lim Choon Hong and lighting expert Toh Yah Li to share their views on modern luxury, and hear why factors such as quality, bespoke designs, authenticity and even lighting are all important things to consider.
A home bar is a worthy design investment if you’re big on entertaining. Project by Space Matters
We also feature many simple and effective ways to bring a touch of luxe into the home, and worthy design investments that can go a long way to creating that dream space.
Dreamy bathroom in a Sentosa Cove corner terrace house by akiHAUS Design Studio
For those who dream of owning a beautiful kitchen or bathroom, we show four stunning projects in Singapore that eschew cookie-cutter solutions in favour of highly individualistic, functional and well-crafted spaces that respond to the specific lifestyles, habits and desires of the people living in them.
Cover home: Apartment project by Elliot James Interiors
Luxury living can be achieved no matter the type of home or its size; what really matters is activating the right principles and values of good design – always. We show you how this has been beautifully applied to HDB flats, apartments and landed homes alike!
With some design smarts, it is possible to build a home around one’s own version of luxury, and this issue is designed to offer up all the inspiration our readers need to get there.
Grab your copy of Lookbox Living issue 61 at newsstands today, and happy reading!
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