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Minimalism doesn’t necessary means black and white combinations. On the contrary, sometimes, another vivid color, such as teal can replace the black in the combination. And we must say it looks absolutely stunning. Since there is a little space to work with, the challenge is to...

In a true Asian spirit, the designer focuses on decorating the interior as minimalistic as possible. In the same time, sticking to the traditional culture, the designer adds and integrates few authentic elements that evoke the spirit of Asia, and make the apartment feel like...

Dare to be different with your choices so long as it makes you feel happy and comfortable in the long run. This is what the designer and homeowner had in mind when they conceptualized the overall look of this HDB 5-room flat. They collaborated on coming up with a Modern English concept that is uncommon of most apartments. There is a mixture of luxury and cabin looks that worked surprisingly well for this flat. The living room is spacious and the choice to use dark brown leather with white made the space look entirely grandiose without the awkward feeling of opulence. The long leather seats combined perfectly well with the white floors and walls, exuding the look of elegance in every way. What made the striking appeal is the TV wall as a long strip of black tiles elongated the stretch of the white wood laminates.