This glamorous penthouse is luxurious looking yet comfortably designed for a married couple and their teenage son.
26 August 2019
Home Type: 2-bedroom + study penthouse
Floor Area: 1,464sqft
Text by Angela Low
Boasting a sophisticated palette of gold, champagne and black, the common area in this glamorous penthouse features a wall of tea-tinted mirrors with brass inlays that create the illusion of space. Besides lending the interiors a look of luxury, it also visually brightens and opens up the small and narrow living room. A vibrant blue sofa adds a playful pop of colour, breaking the monotony of the neutral-toned setting.
The highlight of the living area in this glamorous penthouse is the TV feature wall dressed in Nero Marquina marble, which serves as a glamorous visual statement. Adding drama to the space are the bold chandelier and dining table, which were purchased by the homeowners. Meanwhile, the dining bench with hidden storage compartment beneath is designed by The Interior Place.
To prevent the cooking odours from permeating the rest of the apartment, while retaining the openness of the interiors and allowing light to flow through each space, the designers opted for tempered glass partitions. Inside, the kitchen cabinets are clad in bronze ingot laminates to match the high-grade finishes of the apartment.
Taking inspiration from the living room’s TV feature wall, the designers have paired the TV in the master bedroom with a light marble backdrop. This solid, grandiose feature is juxtaposed with wood-covered floating cabinets that introduce an element of lightness. Additional cabinets above and beside the console provide ample storage.
Alternating panels of marble and wood – both reflecting warm, earthy hues to suit the overall colour scheme and laid-back atmosphere of the master bedroom – make up the headboard design. The homely setting is further enhanced by the warm lighting and the vintage leather laminated wardrobe.
“The owners wanted a luxurious, cosy hotel feel for their home,” say the designers from The Interior Place. This is evident in the master bedroom, where the designers employed a mix of exquisite textures and accessories. The result is a private space that exudes sophistication and warmth.
The Interior Place
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