This case is a residential space for a family of four. Low-key and calm gray as the theme combined with other low-saturated colors as embellishments, creating a noble and quality living space. The designer defined each area, then using the penetrating techniques to visually connect each room. This not only brings together separated spaces into a whole, it also highlights the overall atmosphere of home.
The floor of the entrance area is divided by marble stone texture, and the front is connected to the living room area with wooden floor. The light gray L-shaped sofa surrounds the outline of the living room. Large area of marble TV wall represents a stable foundation. The lights are installed specifically to provide indirect lighting. Mirror materials are embedded on the wall to visually expand the space. This design adds in some layers to the look of the room and also maintains the harmony of the color tone.
The dining table is next to the entrance. A screen made of the mixture of stone and glass put in between physically separated the two spaces, yet they are visually connected. This design retains the sense of domain of each hall, and also makes the three spaces present an open relationship, so that the communication between the family within the spaces is not affected.
The simple and elegant style of the master bedroom creates a more relaxing atmosphere. The partition of the dressing room is made of black mirrors, which is not only easy to wipe and tidy up, but also can achieve concealment when there is no light. The bedroom designed for children uses sky blue paint and more lively patterns of beds, which point out the tailor-made features, but also have both childlike and overall design consistency.