Sky’s The Limit: 9 Fantasy Homes Worth More Than RM200K
Renovation costs in Malaysia run the gamut from a modest RM3 - 5 thousand for just professional consultations with interior firms, right up to hundreds of thousands for major renovations. On average, a decent amount of RM100,000 is enough to get you a reasonable renovation, but what happens when you go past that mark and into RM200, 000 (or more) territory? Absolute luxury.
Nevertheless, a homeowner can dream, right? And if you had the cash to design and decorate your home to your heart’s desire, just how would you want it styled? Here are nine lovely luxe home décor ideas to fuel your own design dreams:
1. Tanjong Tokong Abode
Interior Designer: Archiplan Interior Design
Old-school opulence is on full display in this eclectic-retro home that spared no cost when it came to antique pieces, high-end furnishing and art elements. What’s also evident is how the construction of the home has been maintained to perfection, paying homage to its traditional design. The décor as well plays off natural old-timey vibes with its flooring, lighting and colour scheme selection.
Renovation Cost: RM 280,000
2. Stafford, Setia Eco Glades
Interior Designer: Pocket Square
With a sprawling 3,200 sq. ft. to spare, the décor in this home could have been taken to extremes. Instead, what we see is an understated but immaculately designed space. Opting for a minimalistic, bright Scandinavian theme with quality furnishing and finishing, the result is fresh, upbeat and “practically” luxurious.
Renovation Cost: RM 215,000
3. The Residence, Mont Kiara
Interior Designer: Hatch Interior Studio
While the general appearance of this home will initially come across as classic luxury, look a little closer and you’ll see Japanese and Scandinavian minimalism at work. With slim, sleek pieces unencumbered by any embellished elements, the decor in this home is unpretentious, elegant and oh-so Zakka Zen.
Renovation Cost: RM 1,200,000
4. Sunway Rymba Hills, Kota Damansara
Interior Designer: One Roof Design Sdn Bhd
Less is certainly more in this mellow-contemporary heaven! There’s an upscale rustic charm apparent here with high-end hardwood floors complemented by deluxe masculine furniture. The overall décor is warm, natural and cosy but with a hint of lavishness – mostly felt through the quality, build and finishing of each element in the home.
Renovation Cost: RM 400,000
5. Palace Court, Kuala Lumpur
Interior Designer: JCS Design Project
Modern décor is a typically luxe look but adding a metallic touch takes this style to greater heights. The sheen of metallic in the furniture, appliances and colour scheme brings freshness and creativity to a more mature décor style. Blue, grey and off-white hues play well against all the gold in view.
Renovation Cost: RM 200,000
6. Semi-D @ Kinrara Residence Ambrosia
Interior Designer: Torch Empire
Lavish style does not have to be stuffy or leather-bound – the décor in this home proves that point with funky, fun and functional elements. From unexpected colour schemes like mustard yellow to groovy art pieces on display, it’s obvious that luxury décor becomes all the more impactful when it has personality, practicality and purpose.
Renovation Cost: RM 550,000
7. Jade Hills @ Kajang
Interior Designer: Hatch Interior Studio
Homes with truly vintage and traditional décor can’t help but look upscale! This décor style has an air of importance with regal furniture (complete with Queen Anne’s), graining, gilding and silken textures. Opulent, English-style lighting pieces and chandeliers finish off this style dwelling, making the entire décor sincerely worth its price.
Renovation Cost: RM 650,000
8. The Rise, Rawang
Interior Designer: Box Creative
When money is no object and expert designers are present, interiors like these are born! This 3,200 sq. ft. condo is a dream city home that combines youth and timelessness with a neutral colour scheme, solid anchor pieces (e.g. sofa set and antique bureau) and trendy lighting.
Renovation Cost: RM 300,000
9. Sri Delima House
Interior Designer: Yong Studio
Effective décor for family homes require energy and practicality that doesn’t sacrifice style. This Scandinavian delight brims with warm lighting and pops of colour that refresh in an instant. The brightness in this home is contrasted and balanced by more ‘grown-up’ spaces like its black-tiled bathroom or contemporary kitchen.
Renovation Cost: RM 430,000
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