Shop the Look: How to recreate your favourite styles

Love what you see in these distinctive homes? Here are the products to help you achieve the same stunning looks.

  • Shop the Look: How to recreate your favourite styles

Text by Janice Seow

#1 Shop the Look: Rugged industrial

In this handsome walk-up apartment, the owners can kick back, relax and enjoy the day to day. Designer Cher Lin from Oblivion Lab says, “We wanted the space to feel lived-in, laid-back and easy like Sunday morning.”

The spacious dining area is backdropped by a rugged brick-like wall that is in fact an artificial brick veneer from Wallhub. As its name suggests, KASTONE Air is extremely lightweight. Its thin nature, flexibility and durability offers a high-tech and eco-friendly alternative to conventional stone veneer.

Brick veneer wall from Wallhub

Project by Oblivion Lab

#2 Shop the Look: A tropical, brutalist aesthetic

shop dining Open Studio project

Affectionately named The Heartland Cave, this HDB flat by Open Studio is defined by a ‘topical brutalist’ aesthetic with raw concrete elements softened by lush greenery and warm earthy tones.

The dining table is a live edge piece from Mokko Mokko that’s made of Mahogany wood. It cuts through a breeze block, which lends texture and depth to the living space while shielding the homeowners from the corridor. Above, pendant lamps from Sol Luminaire bring a touch of industrial to the space. And rather than keeping to one design, an assortment of dining chairs were purchased from Second Charm for playful variety.

Live edge table from Mokko Mokko
Pendant lamps from Sol Luminaire
Dining chairs from Second Charm

Project by Open Studio

#3 Shop the Look: A Mediterranean boho vibe

Shop foyer Make Room project

This bright and cheery apartment takes inspiration from the far-off Mediterranean and Spanish isles. Make Room has used textures, patterns, soft colours and specially selected furnishings to bring character to this light-filled and uplifting home, and it all starts at the foyer.

The custom shoe cabinet features Linen laminate from Panaplast, and the hexagonal tiled flooring is Epoca Rosa from Malford. The plant pot is a colourful piece from Elements Concept.

Custom shoe cabinet, laminate from Panaplast
Tiled flooring from Malford
Plant pot from Elements Concept

Project by Make Room

These homes can all be found in the latest issue of Lookbox Living magazine. Grab your copy from newsstands to see more of these and other beautiful projects.

Lookbox Living Magazine issue 64


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