You can party at home when your interior design is inspired by swanky nightclubs
20 October 2016
Posh leather seats, sleek marble floors, extravagant chandeliers and electrifying LED lights. It sounds like the description of a fancy nightclub, but we’re actually talking about these Singapore homes! Interior design inspiration can come from any source, and these homes took a page from cool clubs around the world. Here, we highlight five swanky homes in Singapore that blur the line between residential comforts and lounge-like swag. By Arman Shah
To transform this three-storey bungalow into the ultimate club-inspired haven, Space Vision Design installed LED lighting that’s responsible for the sensual purple hue cast upon the living room area. To further add a sense of dynamism to the space, the entertainment area was embellished with extravagant sofas boasting purple leather upholstery, and a pool table was even brought into the dedicated playroom. See the rest of the home here.
Overlooking MacRitchie Reservoir Park, this ultra spacious condo apartment at Sky@Eleven captures the essence of upscale living. Adopting a predominantly black-and-white palette, Unimax Creative gave the house a chic yet edgy aesthetic. The living room was furnished with a curved leather sofa, while the bar is equipped with a stylish glass table top and fancy swivel stools for intimate conversations over fine wine. See the rest of the home here.
Designed by Weiken.com, this Summer Hill condo apartment radiates a sense of feminine romanticism that draws in the fairer sex like bees to honey. Under a stunning chandelier, a leather-clad sleeper sofa adds a touch of sophistication to the living room, while the corridor leading to the bathroom has been embellished with girly wall art like paintings of high-heeled shoes. An accessory shelf that’s been mounted on a swivel base is also on hand to help the owner doll up for ladies’ night. See the rest of the home here.
Achieving the perfect balance between homely comforts and club-esque luxe is this executive maisonette in Bedok Reservoir. Designed by Urban Habitat, the living room is perfect for entertaining guests with its flat screen TV and state-of-the-art stereo system, although the wooden flooring and brown leather sofa helps create a restful ambience. The stunning bar that adjoins the kitchen is partitioned by a wooden panel that offers the party host and guests some level of privacy. See the rest of the home here.
Thanks to the creative efforts of Chew Interior Design, the interior of this four-room HDB flat in Serangoon North is as whimsical as one can get. Looking like a cross between a nightlife establishment and a scene from a Tim Burton film, the apartment is illuminated by LED lights that casts the living room and adjoining hallway in a gentle violet glow. A red round sofa takes centre stage in the entertainment area, while the walls vary from wooden panels to white stone canvases bearing linear blue motifs. See the rest of the room here.
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