Everything looks better with a touch of colour and this couldn’t be truer for this DBSS flat where D’ Initial Concept linked colourful palettes with a simple Scandinavian-styled backdrop
29 February 2016
Home Type: 4-room DBSS
Floor Area: 990 sqft
Everything looks better with a touch of colour and this couldn’t be truer for this DBSS flat. D’ Initial Concept linked colourful palettes with a simple Scandinavian-styled backdrop, resulting in the ideal home for the young newlywed homeowners. The communal areas host a cheerful vibe with pops of Tiffany blue, balanced against the subdued ambience in the private zones.
Embodying the Scandinavian theme, the living room sports clean, white lines and a generous amount of daylight and rich, woody textures. The vibrant blue wall makes a grand statement and the designers added further visual interest with a decal of the Parisian skyline, complete with the Eiffel Tower.
Bold colours are also used in the other rooms. The master bedroom has a deeper shade of cobalt blue that’s equal parts invigorating and calming. Over in the study, the designers embraced the creativity-sparking properties of sunshine yellow, to great effect.
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