5 "Landed Homes" That Are Actually Condos
When you imagine condos, do you think of small and cosy high-rise homes? Well, even if that is the traditional description, modern condos are playing out more like landed properties, at least in terms of size and layout style.
These five condos are amazingly spacious, so much so, you might not be able to tell the difference from the inside:
1. Five Stones by X Dimension Design
This five-room condo has everything you could possibly want from a landed-home. Its layout and design includes a foyer, family room, wet and dry kitchen, library, private lobby, separate living area, dining room and even a little yard of its own. It’s still a condo, but an immense one. Now with small spaces, the use of bright and natural light will open up the area, with the opposite being true for larger rooms; darkness adds much-needed cosy. We see that here in this home’s darkened theme which plays into the overall artsy additions as well.
2. Tropicana Grande Condo by Mode Interior Style
This extreme condo comes in at over 3,000 square feet with expansive, open spaces that if decorated poorly, may appear cold and even bare. Various themes are applied in this apartment that organically comes together. In the living area – though naturally bright – darkened drapes, deep coloured rugs and furniture as well as woody feature walls help to fill space brilliantly. Throughout the condo, the look and feel is replicated with more sylvan flooring and other natural, woodsy inspirations.
3. Tijani 2 Bukit Tunku Condo by Sachi Interior
Sophisticated, natural warmth, floods through this large and lovely condo with plenty of beige flaunted about. You’ll notice a light and dark balance in many of the rooms, either with a contrasting black and white scheme in the kitchen area, fawns and deep browns in the living area or even light marble flooring that is set against darker furnishings (dining set, drapes, etc.). In addition, this condo makes use of parquet flooring in some rooms to max the comfort factor.
4. DC Residency Show Unit by Nu Infinity
This project truly takes advantage of space, wasting none of it. Impactful and perfectly apt furniture are the focal points in this condo. In the living or entertainment area, the curved sectional sofa makes a statement, which would not be the usual choice for a modest condo – but it works perfectly here to set up a comfortable, nesting zone. The silken and plush shaggy rugs are a fantastic addition to many of the rooms in this condo as it lends its chic colour and rich trimmings for super stylish cosiness.
5. Lakeside Apartment Penthouse, Ponderosa by Oriwise
Wooden themes are an essential consideration with greatly-sized homes and coming in at almost 4,000 square feet, this mansion-esque condo perfectly exploits a natural wooden theme with its flooring, furniture and panelling. The hue and texture of wood can bring about a cosy ambience in any home but with stately-sized ones, the effect helps to pull in overtly expansive areas, making it appear less bare.