An eclectic interior design draws inspiration from different colour palettes and design styles, rather than sticking to a specific interior design style. This approach might sound like a mess; hence it is extremely important that every element is carefully chosen and works together.
The kitchen is an open concept kitchen that boasts a granite bar counter on the outside. The floor to ceiling glass sliding doors give an option of closing off the space when needed.
The interior of the kitchen mainly follows a neutral colour scheme of black and cream, with a hint of wood vinyl wrapping on the cupboard. The green backsplash is a fun and unique pop of colour to the neutral colour scheme of the kitchen.
The first bedroom’s wall is partially knocked down and installed with a glass panel to mimic the appearance of a window. This allows additional light flow into the room from the balcony, also fitted with roller blinds for privacy when necessary. The floor to ceiling built -in cabinets are fitted in the room for storage space and some compartments are fitted with glass panels for easier access to your belongings. They also look better than normal solid cabinet doors. The bedroom door has a darker wooden stripe on it for a more unique touch.
The second bedroom is fitted with a built-in floor to ceiling wardrobe with an abstract design on its door for a unique, modern and artistic flair. It brings out the character in the room against its neutral colour palette. A false ceiling with installed lights adds an interesting touch to the lighting in the room.
Across the wardrobe is a fully windowed wall which is a nice feature and allows for maximum natural light flow into the room. Shutter blinds are also installed for convenient light flow control.
The bathroom also follows a neutral colour palette with white, cream and black elements. The wide mirrored installed on the wall reflects natural light from the small window, brightening up the room. It also makes the bathroom look bigger than it actually is. The white sink against the black granite counter makes for a good colour contrast.
Across from that is the shower area. White tiles line the walls with an eccentric stripe of colours for an interesting and unique touch.