1. Go For Brass And Silver Touches
The first home that dares to bling is this 1,216sqf BTO flat in Punggol Drive. Cabinetry all around the home have metallic in-lays in various shades like brass and silver, which are matched by the lighting or accessories found in the same space.
In the kitchen for example, the brass inlays on the black laminate cabinet doors are matched by the brass pendant lamps that hang over the countertop.
Design by Akihaus.
2. Include metallic details in cabinetry
The walk-in wardrobe reflects the missus’ preference for light colours, but the inlays and handles maintain the same brass finish.
3. Repeat patterns to bring it all together
The repeated motif of the rectangular inlay pattern found also in the master bedroom help bring the interiors together as a cohesive whole
4. Include stainless steel finishes
The inlay of the vanity counter in the master bathroom is executed in stainless steel instead of brass.
5. Include brass-toned accents
This 950sqf four-room BTO HDB flat in Kallang is yet another home where shiny, jewelled surfaces can be found aplenty. The couple who reside here wanted to balance the raw and rough industrial theme of their home with a hint of luxury, and so brass-tone accents were perfect for that!
Design by Bowerman Interior Planner
6. Try the brass-and-black colour combo
Their brass-on-black dining table is right on-trend.
7. Black marble lends a luxe feel
Their bathrooms too were glammed up by cladding them in polished marble. The common bathroom is cladded in black Nero Marquina.
8. White marble also works well
The master bathroom of this house is also cladded in white Volakas marble.
9. Keep it simple in other rooms
The only space where the bling element takes a back seat is the master bedroom, only because the missus had always dreamt and finally fulfilled her desire for an all-white bedroom.