Simple Luxury Interior With Modern Oriental Elegance

Simple Luxury Interior With Modern Oriental Elegance

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After playing home to two previous generations, the third generation homeowners of this 1000 square metre house decided to commission a complete renovation. The house is situated on a private owned hill in New Territories area, Hong Kong. PplusP Designers were asked to transform the place by introducing simple luxury elegance, splashed with modern oriental elements. The living room has been given new stature with a double height void, which measures a lofty 7 metres high. Unique works of art shape and colour the new impressive room. Wood slatted walls and gold decor accent pieces pepper the entire home. Bedrooms and bathrooms have been remodelled into luxury spaces with unique furnishings and high end finishes.

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The lofty ceiling supports a gigantic wire mesh chandelier, which dangles over the centre of the lounge furniture arrangement. A set of smoked glass nesting coffee tables overlap each other below it, centred on textured grey carpeting.

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The modern chandelier is mounted to the ceiling via a champagne gold disc, which provides subtle reflection of the light installation and the room elements below.

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Two works of art tower up the walls at each side of the living room. They feature approximately 1000 shell shaped tiles in white, grey and yellow, to match the room decor of white walls, grey furniture and yellow accent pieces. Two stories of windows bring sunlight flooding into the room, and add modern splendour.

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The stretched garden views rival the unique artwork for the spotlight. Glass vases bring natural beauty indoors too.

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A gold coffee table works with the yellow accents in the room.

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The sofas and armchairs are upholstered in various neutral shades that tone together without appearing overly matched.

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A bright blue decorative bowl adorns a unit that serves as a room divider between the lounge and a general thoroughfare.

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Views from the mezzanine landing look directly onto the modern chandelier.

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A slatted wall backs a bench seat in the hallway. In the distance we can see one side of the wooden unit that effectively divides the lounge from the walkway. The home entryway is somewhat separated from the open plan living room by the slatted feature ‘arch’, which also serves as a storage space. The feature frames the view of the lounge and dining room, and glamorises the interior.

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Three dining sets club together to make one impressively scaled eating area.

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Cloud-like pendant lights float along the length of the multiple table arrangement, and over a small lounge area off to the side.

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Marble tabletops inspire a bookmatched marble feature wall at the back of the room. The streaked wood grain of mid century modern style chairs join with the natural patterning.

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Chevron tiles stripe the floor of the home entryway. The permeable nature of the slatted feature wall allows the home entryway to remain connected with the open plan living areas and receive additional sunlight, whilst still marking the separation of zones.

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A unique shoe case fills one entire wall of the home entryway. The opposite side leads to the entertainment room, which connects to the garden via a full height sliding glass door.

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Upstairs on the mezzanine landing, we can see natural light fills every corner. The airy nature of the home brings a feeling of peaceful comfort and harmony. The designers strived for a balance of functionality and pleasing aesthetics, where the house settles into a new definition of beauty.

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At the end of the mezzanine, a comfy accent chair and a small side table snuggle together as a rest and contemplation point, bathed in the light from double height windows by day, or the huge sparkling chandelier by night.

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A simple elegant round mirror reflects the shoe case in the home entryway.

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Inside the first bedroom, a marble topped vanity stands against a chic accent wall.

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Custom fit closets store the homeowners daily fashions.

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A circle motif emerges from a wood slat accent wall at the head of the bed. Crisp white sheets contrast against the warm wood tone.

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Dual aspect windows crack open the corner of the bedroom, joining it to the emerald garden.

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An entire wall of retractable glass blesses the next bedroom with a more tangible connection to the garden. The gold trimmed globe pendant lights that dangle either side of the bed are the Mini Crescent pendants.

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Framework in a wood slatted room divider is reminiscent of Japenese Shōji screens.

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The designer platform bed has an oriental style finesse.

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Windows surround the bed.

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Bedroom number five features an L-shaped headboard that screens it from direct sunlight. A Drop chair is seated at the adjacent vanity.

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A glass wall ensuite ties in with the open and airy atmosphere of the home.

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Lustrous gold finish enriches one bathroom door.

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A marble vanity adds to the luxe.

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Bathroom wall tiles spread pattern from end to end.

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Dramatic bathroom lighting highlights the unusual pieces.

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Front elevation. Although there was no modification made to the structure of the house, the designers used different coloured cement boards to define zones in the architecture.

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Ground floor plan.

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First floor plan.

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51 Luxury Bedrooms
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  1. Zolozil

    Sorry, but I need a little more information.

  2. Metaxe

    I would not say using this approach and logic, you can come to such delirium. So, it's not worth it, it's not worth it ... But, in general, thanks, it's really interesting and there is something to think about. All happy holidays and more bright ideas in NG !!!!! Let's light up the 31st!

  3. Geteye

    too cute)))

  4. Gardashura

    It is logical, I agree

  5. Pearce

    Absolutely agrees with you. It is the good idea. I keep him.

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