Opera Estate Terrace House

Opera Estate Terrace House

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LOCATION:

North

CATEGORY:

Residential – Condominium

DESIGNER:

TiTi

YEAR:

2018

What type of home is this?


How many rooms?


What’s the floor size?


How many people live here?

What type of home is this?

Terrace House

How many rooms?

5

What’s the floor size?

3800 sqft

How many people live here?

Three Generations under one roof, 2 kids, a couple, a grandmother and a helper.

Terrace House


5


3800 sqft


Three Generations under one roof, 2 kids, a couple, a grandmother and a helper.

Special furniture/material:

Veneer Wall light behind sofa. The wall lights compliments the furniture & wall colour to be a backdrop and have soft lighting at night. Cement screed looking TV feature wall using laminate and TV console with marble top.

Describe the homeowners.

The homeowners were very specific with what they wanted and they were very decisive and gave very clear direction to the design of their new home. They are also very experience with renovation, which made it easy when explaining technical details with them.

What was the design brief? What kind of look did the homeowners request?

The home owners wanted a modern Scandinavian look for their new home with a bright and airy feel.

What’s the most interesting design feature in this home?

The level 1 bedroom and yard area was reconfigure to accommodate a dry kitchen with island and a spacious wet kitchen.

What were some of the challenges when designing this house?

Please provide a description of each room, highlighting the most interesting design element. 

Special furniture/material:

Veneer Wall light behind sofa. The wall lights compliments the furniture & wall colour to be a backdrop and have soft lighting at night. Cement screed looking TV feature wall using laminate and TV console with marble top.

Describe the homeowners.

The homeowners were very specific with what they wanted and they were very decisive and gave very clear direction to the design of their new home. They are also very experience with renovation, which made it easy when explaining technical details with them.

What was the design brief? What kind of look did the homeowners request?

The home owners wanted a modern Scandinavian look for their new home with a bright and airy feel.

What’s the most interesting design feature in this home?

The level 1 bedroom and yard area was reconfigure to accommodate a dry kitchen with island and a spacious wet kitchen.

What were some of the challenges when designing this house?

Please provide a description of each room, highlighting the most interesting design element. 

Special furniture/material:

Big Clear mirror with timbre frame to frame up the dining area wall and making the space looks clean and sleek.

Special furniture/material:

Ash Grey Quartz top were used for heavy duty and less visible to stains. Matt white laminate were chosen for the cabinets to contract with the timbre looking homogeneous tiles that is anti-slip and adds warmth to the kitchen. Kitchen backing is using a mosaic look alike tiles to reduce grouting for easy maintenance and to add detailing to the kitchen walls.

TV feature wall that hides the thickness of adjacent bookshelves for cosy corner. The use for TV feature lights and bedhead lights for soft mood lighting

Special furniture/material:

Mosaic looking homogenous wall tiles was selected to be the feature wall tiles to add a dainty look for the girls bathroom but still keeping the monochrome colour scheme for a lasting look . Kompac plus top was used to bring a timbre element for the monochrome colour palette. Mirror with shallow storage was use for hidden storage. Shampoo niche was constructed.

Special furniture/material:

Island Kitchen, Quartz top were used for easy maintenance and durability. Matt white laminate and wood laminates were chosen for a bright and clean look.

Girls’ Bedroom, use of pastel tones. Mostly use of loose furniture and deco items to keep flexibility of room for future plans. Custom made wall decal in pastel tones to have an artistic yet smoothing feel for the room.

Special furniture/material:

Feature homogenous wall tiles was selected to be on one of the walls. Which compliments really well with the floor and main wall tiles to add an interesting with slight playfulness backdrop. Kompac plus top was used with matching laminates to have a consistent look for vanity cabinet.

Special furniture/material:

Use of neutrals for the colour palette. Feature wall is in a slightly textured finishing to give more detail to the bathroom and black granite vanity top was used to bring out the contrast.

Special furniture/material:

Use of monochrome geometric tiles for flooring. Low wall behind WC was built. Mirror with storage and lights. Full ht storage cabinet opposite toilet bowl. Shower screen with black frame.

Special furniture/material:

Use of monochrome geometric tiles for flooring. Low wall behind WC was built. Mirror with storage and lights. Full ht storage cabinet opposite toilet bowl. Shower screen with black frame.

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