My ideal house would have only a small area each for the living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom, toilet and bath, and home office. But it would have a HUGE storage room for the clothes things that I hoard collect. Does this make sense? Anyway, if you’re like me who isn’t into big spaces and if you like light-colored wood, you might find inspiration for your home in the photos below. Happy weekend!
Happy Monday, everyone! Today I’d like to show you this one-bedroom flat in Singapore that is modern, clean and bright. I mean, now it is. But before architects and designers from KNZ Associates entered the picture, this dwelling was cramped and unattractive. Hard to imagine? Scroll down to see the proof.
Nowadays, more and more people find it more practical to live in small apartments and condominiums. While white throughout the home provides the illusion of space, sometimes you find your dwelling place just crying for color. What to do? Mix bold colors with neutral shades. By using vivid citrus hues like tangerine and lime, the owners of these two apartments instantly made their homes lively and fun. The light gray walls tamed the bold hues, creating a fresh and soothing palette.
Pink and orange. J.Crew calls them sunset shades. I call them wake-me-up tints, especially in hues as bold as the ones I’m featuring here. They’re the perfect colors to make a statement. Just don’t forget to inject neutral tones like camel or brown, lest you’d be mistaken for my bright pink and orange doll named Lief.