Incorporating into the atmosphere of subtle luxury, the design project enthusiastic in the American and European design concepts presents the one-of-a-kind aesthetics.
The design project connects the two separate residences. The new home layout is divided, from the entryway, into the right and left areas. The public area is on the left; the private area is on the right. Every bedroom has its exclusive bathroom and storage space. The blue study room specifically designed for the man of the house is decorated with the kitchen counter, thus making the study room complete and aesthetic.
The design project, at its initial stage, endeavored to balance the client needs and the construction conditions. The designer, firstly, rearranged the layouts whose original fragmented spaces have become complete. The adjoining living and dining room, as the public area, are on the right of the entryway. The living room in the previous narrow floor plan is then moved to the rear space, and the hallway is meanwhile remodeled, both of which therefore make the living and ding room comprehensive to a great extent.
The design style integrates the American and British luxury elements. In the living and dining room, the ceilings decorated with sophisticated moldings, as well as painted with the blue and green colors, signify the refreshing feeling and abate the oppressive sense. The green hexagonal tiles and flannelette chairs, with the simple elements of design, balance the visual effect. The luxurious atmosphere is not only created by the lights, also by the delicate bi-fold doors at the Japanese-style room. The designer elaborates the style of subtle luxury by utilizing the effects of lights and shadows.
The designer embodies the composed spirit of luxury in the residential design whose style is not confined, and whose most essential approach is its spiritual elements. Aesthetics is not only the outward expression, also the demonstration from inside out.