Why live in a home that’s typically Singaporean when you can have a house that’s influenced by many different cities from around the world.
12 March 2014
Home Type: 3 Storey Inter Terrace Property
Floor Area: 4,000 sqft
This three-storey inter-terrace house is home to a well-travelled family. Having been exposed to different global influences naturally led to a home that comfortably balances different styles without looking like a hodgepodge mess. Ciseern designers came up with a plan to turn this 4,000-sqft house into an international home. Instead of bringing in overpowering design elements to represent different looks and international cultures, the designers decided to go with a more subtle route: by using colours.
Each room is marked by a particular hue – green in the kitchen, blue in the bedroom, for example – while the design elements remained relatively similar. The result is a home that creatively balances colours and styles. The living room and kitchen have a classical feel with influences gleaned from a countryside cottage; the second floor landing has a relaxed Bohemian vibe; and the master bedroom boasts a Grecian sea blue theme.
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