D’ Initial Concept designed a modern family home in calming, neutral hues that spell luxury.
3 May 2018
Home Type: Landed home
Floor Area: 6,524-sqft
When faced with a new bungalow for a family of four, the interior designers at D’ Initial Concept decided to create a home that was clean, contemporary and practical. This 6,524sqft terrace house at Sembawang Place features six bedrooms and two common spaces (a living room and a basement-turned-social space); perfect to entertain friends and family.
The living room is bright and inviting with large windows overlooking trees. Monochromatic in colour, it features an L-shaped sofa, an armchair, and a long black TV console – all designed in a clean and contemporary style like the rest of the house. The balcony doubles up as an outdoor dining area – perfect for luncheons or supper on a pleasant day.
This home largely boasts a neutral colour scheme of whites, blacks and greys offset with warm wooden flooring and pops of green from trees and plants. “The pleasing neutral colours give this landed home a cosy and sophisticated feel. We’ve also incorporated a tinge of gold to infuse the space with elegance and sophistication,” explains Pea Chong, Creative Director, D’ Initial Concept.
Both the predominantly grey bedrooms open out to green patches and balconies. Outdoor areas merge into the bedrooms via large sliding doors, creating a calm, relaxing atmosphere. The textured wall above the upholstered headboard has thin stripes of gold that introduces subtle glitz to the contemporary setting.
D’ Initial Concept
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