South East Asia is renowned for building some of the most urbane and contemporary homes on the planet. Singapore is at the heart of this modern revolution and located in Jln Angin Laut this sleek and stylish home is a perfect case in the point.
A cloak of wooden cladding exudes a warm and inviting charm. The beautiful recessed lighting showcases the sparkling interiors. An open living plan was employed indoors as all the old doors were done away with to create a single flowing space. Largely neutral walls in white gentle wooden tones and ergonomic furniture complete the remainder of the house.
While modern homes with large open spaces and high ceilings look stunning and lavish getting them just right is a tricky task indeed. Located Down Under in Sydney Australia the is a masterpiece that was visualized and brought to life by Minosa Design.
Yet step inside and you will come across elegantly placed stone surfaces beautiful exposed wooden beams that grace the ceiling and a tinge of copper here and there to invite the rustic exteriors indoors. A seamless amalgamation of the antique and the trendy the home exudes grace and tranquility.
A flowing harmony between the interior and the exterior seems to play a pivotal role in the charm of this lovely retreat. The interior sports a semi-minimal look with white grays and browns dominating the walls and the décor. Step inside and a beautiful fireplace an ergonomic kitchen and a luxurious living room greet you gleefully. Plush bedrooms that offer ample privacy great natural ventilation and a sleek modern fireplace complete this elegant retreat.
The interiors are kept largely neutral in white and gray with a bright red accent couch in the living space stealing the show. Stylish use of skylights make sure there is appropriate natural light even in the private areas while an expansive deck to the north allows the residents to be at one with the bamboo and Japanese maple backdrop. A beautiful wooden staircase connects the lower level with the top floors and a concrete path above the water surface in the backyard makes for a cool walkway.
The coffee table and the side chair are definitely the in this fantastic setup. They have been custom-made by Putra Salahin in Bali together with the rest of the furniture. Not sure about you folks but getting closer and closer to the water has never sounded more appealing! Sarah and Kimo certainly knew how to pick this one out don’t you think?