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The moment you enter the living area, you get a sense the whole room can be classified as a separate apartment. A black and white theme, enhanced by use of brown dominates the interior for a dramatic and bold look. Going back to the living area, the...

Starting from the living area, the designer has conveniently separated the living area from the entry hall by placing a shoe cabinet. Going from the floor to the ceiling, the shoe cabinet provides the perfect border for people who do not want to enter the living...

One of the biggest strengths of the apartment is versatility. In the living area, the designer opts for full floor to ceiling windows with drapes all the way. This gives the homeowner option to brighten up or darken the room. Speaking of the design, it is...

One thing you first notice as you go through the apartment is that the designer has a preference to maximize the potential of the height of the walls. All the rooms feature floor to ceiling furniture pieces. Starting from the living area, the designer has decorated...

Cross between Industrial and Scandinavian theme, this abode features the use of raw finish cement as TV feature, accentuated with track lights. The tinted mirror at dining area create the illusion of bigger space and the bomb shelter being creatively concealed. The furnishing with white and...