Take a tour of Jeremy's cosy and stylish abode and check out his home’s unique features in this gallery:
A cosy, soothing living room
“I didn’t want anything too complicated, and went with my preferred colour palette of black, white and grey. The materials used are mostly wood, marble and metal, which [the ID] managed to match well together. I bought this sofa from fashion retailer British India. It was one of the display pieces in the store, but I fell in love with it and they were actually willing to sell it.”
The concrete screed-looking wall was also based on inspiration from Jeremy’s visit to homes and hotels in Japan. Instead of the raw material, which has a powdery texture and might be difficult to clean, the interior designer used concrete-look tiles to achieve the same effect.
A bright, welcoming kitchen
“I love to cook, so the kitchen is definitely my favourite part of the home, and where I spend most of my time,” Jeremy says. “Aside from whipping up simple meals everyday, I also do my work and entertain guests here. I initially wanted to use marble for the countertops, but [the ID] suggested using quartz instead, for easier maintenance, while still achieving the look and feel I want.”
Despite his love for Japanese collectible Bearbrick figurines, Jeremy limited himself to just this Astro Boy piece as a quirky addition to the kitchen.
The marble-look quartz surfaces add an elegant touch to the kitchen design, and the open shelves are where Jeremy displays his collection of tableware.
Modern lighting fixtures
These industrial-inspired, exposed-bulb pendant lamps were bought from a German online lighting store.
A rustic touch
Jeremy bought a cabinet from Originals for his kitchen to stash his tableware. “I painted it white because I wanted to enhance its rustic look,” he says. The vases which he uses for his plants are from a Thai clay maker.
Lots of natural materials were used in this home, including wood furniture and accessories made of shells and clay. The artwork on display is by Chinese contemporary artist Wu Qiong.