Within the self-sustaining township of Eco Majestic lies a marvellous home energised with enticing aurora-like lighting but subdued with reinterpreted inspirations from East Asia.
Housed under the trendsetting modern contemporary theme, Bond of Aurora by Mieux Design looks toward Europe’s elegant take on East Asia with chinoiserie decor, modern oriental textures along with earthy but muted hues that dominate most of the home; simply imagine the opulent version of zen and serenity, introduced by the delicate yet timeless appeal of nature. Imbuing a sense of verve are the many lines of LED lights positioned all around to emit a warm white glow, reminiscent of enchanting auroras.
Introducing an unmistakable sense of luxury is the white marble feature wall in the entrance foyer, complemented by the Calacatta porcelain tiles installed throughout the abode. The walls of the open concept lounge-cum-dining space is splashed with shades of tan, matching the similar-toned marble feature wall behind the television; these are complemented by the pebble grey floor-to-ceiling curtains and massive sectional sofa, contrasted with deep sacramento green back cushions to provide depth and colour.
A singular, atom-like pendant light hangs above the glossy wooden table armed with six upholstered chairs in the dining room, before reaching the Helena by Consentino white marble island table with subtle panelling designs– another recurring motif throughout the home that displays excellent craftsmanship in detailing – accompanied by a pair of onyx bar stools. The Arctic frosted glass, in between the walnut-hued liquor cabinets with black panelling, stands as a divider between this space and the narrow but comfortable kitchen. Speaking of which, the latter follows a classy but contemporary achromatic colour scheme demonstrated by grey cabinetry, stark white walls along with a black ceiling fan and door.
One of the most striking wood panelling is seen along the banister of the classically styled staircase heading upstairs, with a customised marble moonlight decor light; a hidden door is skilfully disguised within this installation.
Taking a more feminine approach is the pastel pink master bedroom, injecting warmth with the tawny wooden flooring as well as youthfulness with the multitude of LED lights within this colourful atmosphere, tamed with
light neutrals as seen with the off-white wardrobes and shelves. The L-shaped layout, somewhat separated by a blush loveseat, generates intimacy and cosiness. The abundance of natural light filtered in through the floor-to-ceiling windows help counteract the enticing darkness of the black bedside tables and smokey grey feature wall with a satin, pitted effect courtesy of Marmorino KS. The multipurpose use of fluted glass adds a sophisticated touch to the room.
The chinoiserie decor is emphasised greatly in the twin bedroom thanks to the dainty floral pattern showcased in the mural wallpaper by Goodrich that matches the cream walls, along with the bedding, lamp base and decorative wall art that doubles as a hidden mirror placed above the floating vanity table. Similarly, the third bedroom with sage green walls boasts of a multicoloured floral feature wall. In bold contrast to these delicate, light-hued rooms is the fourth bedroom, exuding masculinity with an ombre blue feature wall, charcoal grey walls, coffee-coloured loveseat, wall-length upholstered headboard and glossy cabinets.
All in all, this luxurious home is a work of art awaiting appreciation at every turn.