INTERIOR DESIGNERS, Sharon Loh and Justin Goh of GDY Design & Construction prove that they are not afraid to go bold with colours in designing the interior of this 4400 square feet two-storey bungalow. By utilizing the attributes and qualities of each colour, they inject some life into this modern contemporary home. For starters, the family room is given a daring application of pink. This colour of red softened with the purity of white is exhibited through the salmon pink bean bag, fuchsia upholstered chair and hot pink cushion, flower pots and photo frames.
Flaunting vibrant orange, the three-legged coffee table and comfy armchair scream boldness in this study area of monochromatic surrounding. Not to be forgotten, the blocks of black and white platform staircase are equally impressive. Breathing enjoyment and pleasure, the tiffany blue bedroom gives the impression of a fun-loving space. However, the master bedroom is utterly different with the choice of conservative black and white. The cove lighting highlights the room and creates a wonderfully comfortable resting space. Overall, this house displays pure optimism and enjoyment. One is bound to fall in love with this place that is brimful of positive energy.
Interior Design Firm
GDY Design & Construction Sdn Bhd
No. 15B, Jalan USJ 1/20
Taman Subang Permai
47600 Subang Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
iN DESIGN Issue 50