In this five-bedroom cluster house, luxe finishes indoors make for an interesting juxtaposition against the casual vibe outdoors. With the living area leading directly to the backyard, the owners can relax while keeping an eye on the children as they play outside.
Interior designer Terri Tan drew up storage solutions in many areas to fulfil the homeowners’ requirement. “The dining table was custom-designed to include storage in the table support. We even managed to have full-height storage integrated with the lift at every level,” she says.
The dining area, cosy and warm, is infused with a luxe feel with leather, matte and glossy surfaces, as well as metallic finishes.
The homeowners also requested several feng shui elements to be incorporated, which Terri did without compromising on the aesthetics. A tall storage-cum-display cabinet was worked into the living room design for auspicious reasons.
And in the master bedroom, purple – the husband’s lucky colour – is used for the headboard, while everything else dons neutral hues. “We also sealed off a window behind the bed, as the fengshui master advised putting a ‘wall’ behind the bed,” Terri explains.
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