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Major Home Envy: Peek Into These Stunning Homes in Johor
The idea of renovating your home sounds like a fun project to undertake, but it’s also a little intimidating. After all, it’s not easy to transform an empty space and have it come out like something that could be featured on a magazine. A renovation project can turn into a disaster or even costs you more money without careful planning and a good eye for design.
If you are not confident about your artistic skills, hiring a professional interior designer can help you to achieve your dream home, minus the headache! However, we also understand that it can be challenging to find the right professional to collaborate within your area. Because of that, we have compiled a list of stylish homes in Johor designed by talented interior designers in Malaysia to get you inspired to elevate the space you inhabit.
1. Beachside everyday glam
We are in love with this beach-themed home in Muar as it induced the feeling of relaxation and a charming escape at the end of the day. The living room is furnished with hanging ropes, turquoise sofa, play tent and a classic wicker hanging chair to lend an instant coastal vibe to the home.
Stripe wallpaper complements the beach print walls as it resembles turquoise waters and white sand. To complete the beachside retreat-themed home, the designer decorated the master bedroom with beach scenery paintings.
Interior Designer: Philia Interior Design Studio
Cost of renovation: RM120,000
2. Monochrome chic
Design Geeks use neutral shades to define this contemporary home where blacks, whites, and grey make up the bulk of the design colour found across the condominium; while a pop of blue adds visual interest and brightens the rooms.
We also admire the open concept kitchen layout that features sleek custom cabinetry, white backsplash and marble countertops for an understated yet elegant juxtaposition to the space. It also gives the kitchen a neat and clean appearance which is a signature for a contemporary home.
Interior Designer: Design Geeks
Cost of renovation: RM430,000
3. Contemporary goes glamorous
Blain Robert created a tastefully elegant contemporary design style to this four-bedroom condominium in Johor Bharu. Furniture pieces in this residence are upholstered with leather to add textural appeal. To complete the spacious, light-filled open space living room, vibrant artwork in a gold finish frame is displayed as the centrepiece of the room instead of a typical flat-screen television.
Besides neutral tones, in the guest bedrooms, the walls are painted in subtle and soothing tones like olive green and sky blue colour to create a distinct personality in each room.
Interior Designer: Blain Robert Design
Cost of renovation: RM300,000
4. Casual contemporary
This lovely contemporary home does tranquillity right on every count. A ceiling mirror in the living room creates the illusion of space and helps to bring light into the home. To create a warm vibe to the space, the designer furnished the house with simple yet cosy furniture in solid colours, while soft lighting, done in a similar colour scheme maintains the sense of flow across the rooms in this home.
Besides the brightly lit interior that was also easy on the eye, the designer has installed floating cabinets and display shelves for storage to maximise the space and to help keep clutter out of sight.
Interior Designer: Morse Interior Design
Cost of renovation: RM180,000
5. Playful geometric design
This semi-D home is fun and playful, featuring geometric furniture to create an aesthetic intrigue on each section of the room. For instance, the master bedroom is furnished with streamlined furniture pieces like a floating platform bed, curved ceiling walls and geometric-shaped shelves and partition to create visual interest without overwhelming the space.
The 3-dimensional geometric staircase design breaks up the symmetry of the living room creating a more relaxed, laid-back vibe, while round-shape coffee table and circular geometric rug add a striking contrast that creates balance and harmony into the room.
Interior Designer: Torch Empire
Cost of renovation: RM700,000
Looking to renovate your home in Johor?
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