American style in interiors is often about individualism. It explores colorful classic in modern interpretation and reinventing a cool style all on own. Design direction for this home is avant-garde, as the family prefers to have spaces each with its own spirits and character.
First impression of the living room is the view of faux wood beamed ceiling with walnut and desaturated wood carpentry and cement textured panels. Accents of mustard and royal blue in furniture tied it all together to form the main sitting room of the house.
Eye-catching dramatic chevron pallets of different shades with a hidden door to a guest room connect the wall with the ceiling at dining area. Vivid royal blue kitchen cabinets with natural marble finishes, and clear mirror back-splash create a stimulating interaction at the active zone.
Common area at the first floor serves as pantry, study and recreation zone. Hence there’s a skylight roof and plenty of glass windows illuminating the space for an airy and inviting atmosphere. Moreover, a large square wooden table with underneath storage plays an important role in gathering the people. Pantry is set up with wood and black cabinetry scheme, wood shelves hung with steel bars and square white tiles back splash. The counter is then lit up with vintage folded paper art inspired pendant lamps.
Each bedroom though in various themes individually, is configured with a refined sense of polish goes through the interior styles as a whole.
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