Unmistakeably regal and unabashedly sumptuous, the carefully orchestrated opulence of the Victorian and oriental elements that weave into the elegance of a project in the Palms @ Sixth Avenue are made for modern day royalty.
There is nothing like the unrivalled beauty of materials found in nature to accentuate a residence. Bringing the raw beauty of nature into an indoor setting can add character and refinement to the overall interior design and stylistic approach, while connecting a homeowner to the surrounding interiors for a truly one-of-a-kind home.
Characterised by a unique blend of international influences, contemporary Chinoiserie interior design style combines distinctive aspects of traditional Asian design with modern interior décor aesthetics. Over the years, the style has evolved with rich complexity and has proven its longevity by offering adaptability and freedom of mixing diverse design elements for an eclectic and worldly feel. It is marked by a combined usage of lavish, Asian-inspired details, opulent materials and patterns with modern, clean, simple design elements resulting in chic, inspired design solutions in residential interiors.
Here, Jeremy Tay and Michael Ong discuss achieving the equilibrium between trendy and timeless in their projects and their client-oriented design approach that balances individual preferences with the overall design aesthetic of an interior space.
All interior design style components of this Singapore residence fall into place to accommodate your entry, starting with the foyer where your gaze draws closer to a glass enclosed water feature that sets the mood for relaxation.
When traditional elegance meets contemporary sophistication, the success of the final outcome depends on a mastery of balance of diverse design elements that, together, achieve an effortlessly timeless composition.