Good design doesn't have to scream, instead it works quietly, to create a pleasing and welcoming environment for its occupants. This penthouse by Collective Designs is one such project, using a good sense of proportion, function, and a balance of colour to create the perfect living environment for its occupants.
The moody shades of the sunken living room balances out the home's bright and breezy feel.
As the only unit on its floor, this apartment enjoys privacy even though a glass wall is all that separates the home from the lift lobby.
The kitchen, which is located by the main door, was opened up to create a more welcoming entrance to the home.
A zesty pop of orange was added to the dry kitchen's island to enliven the mainly white area.
The master bedroom enjoys a dash of old world glamour, thanks to the Rococo-style wallpaper and the couple's classic furniture collection.
The homeowners invested in a moisture-resistant, anti-termite wardrobe that was made locally by Mudian.