This home takes a subtle approach with its soft palettes and textures.
28 August 2014
Home Type: 4-bedroom Condominium
Floor Area: 1,800 sqft
A large number of condominium homeowners want their home to be a status symbol. But an equally large proportion prefers a more subtle and laidback approach to their interior design. The owners of this 4-bedroom apartment at the Vista Residence belong to the latter. In this home, the design team from Dots ‘N’ Tots opted for a quieter design that is based around a clean black-and-white palette. Instead of attention-grabbing feature walls and eye-catching design elements, this home takes a more subtle approach with its soft palettes and textures.
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