設計概念 Design Concept
In the richly layered space, tender timber, stylish stone, glossy metal, and glass with sophisticated luster made a perfect concert to shape the elegant home. Sleek trims on the ceiling and the facade created a nifty fashionable trend. Accordingly, the homeowner’s family of three accompanies each other in the residence of eclectic texture.
YUNG HSU INTERIOR DESIGN planned the space as public and private zones to satisfy the homeowner’s demands. By breaking through the solid wall between the master bedroom and the adjacent room, we built a spacious walk-in closet with a home office. Installation of abundant cabinets and assorted clear glass doors at the entrance and the side of the dining room provided storage and display functions. We implemented a home with aesthetics and living facilitation.
設計手法 Design Techniques
Element Diversity & Modern Appeal
This project composed a distinctive modern flair via layering with multiple elements such as timber, stone, and coating. Along the entryway to the dining space, the right-sided timber cabinets emit a tender feel; its glass front corresponds to the antique tinted mirror sliding door by the dining table. And then, a trimmed grayish wall expands towards the living room. Gradually, the glossy texture transformed into travertine veins of the TV wall. The aesthetics of material diversity adequately reveals the wall design. In all spaces, we recessed lighting fixtures in the tray ceilings dividing individual areas. Above the dining space, we finished the faux ceiling with fair-faced concrete wallpapers and assorted black-painted recesses. For adding layering, linear patterns were applied from the wall to the top.
Layout Transformation & Multi-functions
Responding to the homeowner’s request, we planned a walk-in closet with a home office by breaking through the solid wall between the master bedroom and the adjacent room. A wooden sliding door is divided into separate spaces to keep privacy in both parts. As a result, the homeowners can have a resting zone and a working area simultaneously.
Eco-friendly Materials & Easy Maintenance
Based on the eco-friendly principle, we used Green Building Label building materials, such as calcium silicate boards for ceilings and film-faced plywood for cabinets. In advance, sufficient storage function is provided by a mass of cabinetry. With durable and facilitated quality imported hardware, the drawers and sliding door recessed tracks make the home more satisfying.
We chose silver-gray travertine, as the homeowner’s preference, to decorate the TV wall. The natural veins and diffusing pitted holes create a unique look. And then, assort with a trimmed light gray facade, appealingly echoing the marble-textured wallpaper behind the sofa. Besides, the tinted mirrors enlarged the space visually and harmonized the whole field with an extravagant quality.
Kitchen & Dining Area
Arrange a woody sideboard in the dining area to continue the wooden approach of the kitchen and bring a balmy vibe to the field. And on the opposite wall, we installed a sliding partition assorted with tinted glass and antique mirrors for layering the facade. The homeowners select a stone dining table at the center spot with black leather chairs to appeal to a nifty and warm dining space.
Master Bedroom Ensuite
In the private space, we finished it with laminated wood flooring. The dark-shaded elements are integrated with yellow light to bring a tranquil and balmy atmosphere. Considering the allergic constitution of the homeowner, we substitute the model-upholstered headboard with striped wallpapers. Moreover, set two adjustable lamps on both sides to provide sufficient illumination for bedside reading and devise a warm and restful space.
A wood strip paneled door with a fluted glass transom separated the bedroom and the closet - office. The door texture helped with the warm touch, and its clean lines shaped an organized space. A desk and closets embellished with ink painting art interlayer film glass enrich the visual treat. Moreover, a movable vanity settlement can adapt to future space adjustments.
We took bright shades as the primary color palette in the secondary bedroom. Grayish geometric pattern wallpaper set off light blue bedding created an expansive spatial effect. Besides, we built a wall-mounted platform for audio and video facilities placement. The space is functional and entertaining to meet the user’s needs.