A movie set-like vignette is made up of a cluster of Chinese furniture which the homeowner bought in Hong Kong. The bright yellow wall behind contrasts with the dark rosewood furniture in a refreshing interpretation of the oriental style.
Overhead timber beams and mirrors were introduced to visually disguise the uneven flooring and structural beams running across above the dining table while adapting the look of a traditional Chinese pavilion.
After 10 years of travelling and collecting, this couple had amassed quite a sum of treasured possessions like vintage, oriental-style decor accessories and art from France, Spain, India, Turkey, China, the UK and Italy.
While this couple believes in feng shui, they didn't want the home to look too traditionally Chinese. The designer translated his design concept from the couple's auspicious colours and desire for something contemporary.
(Design: 2Form Interior Design)
White saloon-style swinging doors carved with an Oriental motif and a red wall highlight this Chinese fusion theme.
Steering clear of the mainstream wood-and-white Scandinavian design, the homeowners of this 1,800sqf condominium apartment in Joo Chiat went for a rustic, oriental style that reflected their personalities instead.
The lady of the house, who is Thai, prefers to shop from antique shops there; her purchases include the decorative vanity mirror and sink cabinet in the bathroom. The family also shopped from local stores with similar styles, such as Taylor B and Woody Antique House.