Home Of The Month: No Child's Play
The simple lived-in look offers a sense of familiarity from the good old times. First Dot Design, pulled off the tricky all-white interior to make this resale flat look far from uninviting and flat.
The smart crisp of the monochrome-industrial furnishing adds a dapper vibe, balancing out the sense of playfulness from the collectibles.
Lightings play an important part in creating the mood at home. Go light and bright with warm white lightings, or tone down the ambience a notch with a cosy warm glow.
The kitchen took on a more practical slant. Neither fuss nor mess will be seen with the full kitchen storage cabinetry and a kitchen a sleek dark countertop from the likes of KompacPlus panel.
The colonial design style in the bathroom offers a quirky twist in the good old times, while still in line with the traditional industrial look from the rest of the rooms. The interplay on the tile designs makes the (often-neglected) bathroom more interesting. Afterall, it’s a space where we prep ourselves and unwind in after a day’s work so why not convert the room to an area that makes us happy and ready to face the day.
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