In Corinthia by the Sea of Tseung Kwan O, these apartments feature magnificent sea views of the Tathong Channel to the Eastern District from afar and are always highly welcome. Thanks to such wonderful views and the ingenuity of our home interior designers, a living space with heartwarming comforts and exquisiteness was perfectly created.
Best of Times
What you hear and what you see as a traveller can become pleasant memories and transform into a spark of creativity for interior design. Our homeowners are both fond of traveling. They have an impressive collection of pictures and souvenirs from their trips. They even committed themselves to a loving relationship when visiting Paris. The home interior designer Jacky brought these memories back to daily life and created a unique and unparalleled cosy nest. Therefore, two people in love can keep indulging in their happy bubble.
For homeowners, travelling is not just a lifestyle but also a starting point for this family. Our designer hence focused their design on travelling in the hopes of extending the best of their holiday times.
The Icing on the Cake
The apartments with sea views in Corinthia by the Sea are well designed and functional. Even though the living and dining space is square-shaped, these areas are sizeable enough to bring home interior design into play. In the meantime, the balcony allows much natural lighting. These inbuilt merits make the whole space shining and bright. The overall interior design, matched up with the classic colour scheme of black, white, and grey, presents stylish minimalism. The designer knocked down the TV wall and rebuilt it with black-leathered granite. On the other hand, the TV floor cabinet is embedded into the outside wall of the bedroom. With the decorations of strips, an invisible door, and wall-mounted cabinets, such a combo arrangement looks like a fireplace in most western families and features a well-structured design.
Behind the sofa are white stripes extended to the ceiling. With the help of recessed lights, this zone has a style of its own in the lounge, like indoor eaves. On the other hand, the interior design of the dining room is more minimalist. The decoration of the grey mirrors enhances a sense of space and helps create indoor scenery. The lounge and dining area are covered with fabric charcoal wallpapers, the same as the foyer. Here there is a world map and a magnet wall with transparent overlays for the occupants to place their travelling pictures and postcards, thus responding to the travel design motif.
Less is More
The house owners hoped their primary bedroom could look like a hotel room to continue the comforts of those journeys. Therefore, pastel wallpapers with invisible patterns are mounted and decorated with mirror steels to make the area brighter and softer. More views and natural lighting can be enjoyed with the L-shaped combination window. The designers even tailored a bespoke wooden panel to function as a unique TV wall and cover the dresser's mirror. A picture of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, where the couple promised their love to each other, is hanging above the bedside.
Meanwhile, the whole bedroom is themed blue-grey. The addition of a platform increases the storage space for toys and models and makes its height aligned with the window. The design of the study area focuses on practicability and storage. The ample cabinets have rich storage space to keep books and magazines, while the glass ones could be used to save cameras. The bedroom is also black and dark brown, in line with the overall interior design. The walls are covered with geometric patterns to build a nodical vibe and make the whole space look more energetic.