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Eclectic Prelude: Mode Interior Style

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From unique lighting pieces to lush furnishing and classic materials, there’s an element of surprise at every corner of this well-designed home.

Upon stepping into this home, a distinctive wow factor is immediately apparent – thanks to its superb interior theme that blends a plethora of luxurious textures into an eclectic whole. The right kind of soft furnishing is essential – in the living room, indigo-coloured upholstery infuses a vibrant luxe theme while in the master bedroom, lush rugs and sheers accentuated with glimmering sparkles create a unique aesthetic to carry out the exclusive look that the owners requested for. The same kind of window treatment is repeated throughout the home to complement the glamorous details that are prevalent in every single room.

Overhead in the living and dining, ceiling details in the form of dark grey panels against a white surface become the perfect placeholder for the array of dazzling lighting features. In the living, a chandelier composed of crystals is a wonderful accoutrement to the marble finishing on the feature wall, while hovering above the dining table is an identical chandelier – the perfect finishing touch to bring out the minimalist-like dining set.

Lighting features steal the spotlight again at the stairway where an illuminated sculptural piece sets off an artistic mood. Even in the dry kitchen, icicle-like cluster lights anchor a strong theme in the contemporary kitchen consisting warm wood cabinets and a marble-finished breakfast counter. Marble is consistently used as an accent feature, as we have already observed in the living area’s feature wall. Other areas include the door frame at the stairway to engender a classic feeling to the space.

A specialty of Mode Interior Design, luxurious bunk bed chambers are implemented in the guest room. A set of four beds tucked cosily into upholstered niches is a space-saving approach as more space can be allocated for a wall of built-in cupboards on the opposite side. With more space to work with in the master bedroom, the designers were able to include a spacious walk-in wardrobe next to the bathroom. Transparent glass doors are used for the wardrobes for visibility and also to create a sense of openness.

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Featured in iD iNdesign Bumper 2019 vol. 14

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