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Homes That Make You Feel Like You're On A Perpetual Holiday
Too busy to book a holiday this year? Don't worry. Regardless of where you reside in your real life, there are ways to replicate a holiday rejuvenating energy and laid-back environment in your home.
With the help of the right interior design professionals, you create the ambience of a luxury hotel or a tropical island without having to set your foot outside the house. Check out these examples of homes in Malaysia that feels like they are living on a perpetual holiday to inspire you to renovate your dream abode.
1. From easy, breezy materials like rattan chest, whitewashed wood dining table, wicker armchair that adds a sense of casual beach flair, to accessories inspired by sea elements, like a sailboat, seashells and sharks, it's impossible to not perk up the minute you enter this beach themed residence that reminds you of pristine white beaches of Redang, Koh Samui or Maldives.
Contemporary sofas are slipcovered in ivory linen to create a relaxed beach look, while white and turquoise tones bring the tranquillity of the calm ocean waters and powder-soft white sand inside the condominium.
2. Adopting a Balinese concept design approach, the overall space of this four-bedroom home is structured with gems of Balinese elements such as a rustic touch of wood surfaces, retro furniture, refreshing landscapes and arts & crafts to light up the mood as if you are on a daily stay in Kuta Seaview hotel in Bali.
Natural timber with earthly tone in overall is added as tasteful finishing touches to accentuate its lofty vibe.
3. If you’re looking to bring a breezy, airy, and relaxed yet sophisticated energy into your home like the islands of Hawaii, Polynesia and many more in the great Pacific, beach cottage or coastal living interior may just be the right alluring home design style for you to consider.
This four-bedroom condo is a beautiful example of personalizing a coastal living vibe. The elegant home interprets coastal modern by using neutral tones colour for the furniture, bedding, and the walls, while the floors in soft honey wood finishes reflect the easy-going way of life near the coast.
4. Tropical style represents comfort, relaxation and welcoming feelings. If you enjoy living in a home surrounded by nature, this three-bedroom residence dressed in traditional tropical motif is a great example of living in a kampung style stay such as the Tanjong Jara Resort.
The rooms are furnished with materials which can be found in tropical environments such as walnut, mahogany and teak. These materials are not only easy to maintain but introduce the feeling warm and cosiness into the entire space. Potted plants are dotted around the rooms to replicate the outdoor greenery atmosphere into the home.
5. Though a 5-star hotel like the Okura Prestige Bangkok might be hard to replicate, especially if you have a small renovation budget, there are still plenty of interior design tips to steal without burning a hole in your wallet.
This three-bedroom condo, for example, features floor to ceiling curtains as it is an important key design element of a hotel room. Blackout curtains - mixed with a sheer curtain, not only block the direct sunlight and noise from entering the rooms but it also promotes better sleep at night. Aside from that, comfortable beds, soft lighting and neutral decor replicate that sought after hotel atmosphere into the condominium.
6. If living out your Eat, Pray, Love fantasy isn’t an option, however, redecorating your home in a Balinese style is the next best thing. A Balinese-themed home is the perfect way to unwind, contemplate, and truly enjoy mother nature in the comfort of your home.
Allowing the outdoors to harmonize with the indoors is the first essential step for channelling the serenity of a paradise-like Bali. This three-bedroom bungalow is landscaped with tropical foliage like ferns, palms, bamboo, and large banana leaves. Small decorative details using the Balinese motifs of elephants and Buddhas character pieces in the bedroom and garden lends the Balinese theme to the home.
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