Space Condo unit
Location Flora Drive
Reno Period 10 weeks
Home To A family of three
Some of the most common adjectives homeowners use to describe their ideal home are “elegant” or “sophisticated”. The reason is clear—an elegantly designed home is universally appealing. While elegance was no doubt a requirement in their book, the owners of this resale condominium apartment in Flora Drive were not averse to having a spot of fun in the redesign of their home.
Like many, the owners favoured a light-toned, neutral palette for their interiors, anchored by marble inspired textures for that coveted touch of class. For their kitchen, on the other hand, they expressed an interest in using a bold statement blue to the designers at DISTINCTidENTITY, who they hired for the renovation of their 1,485sq ft home. “Though the owners wanted to achieve a grown-up aesthetic in their first marital home, they also wanted to inject a tasteful dose of fun at the same time,” said a design executive from the team. They supported the owners’ bold choice and designed cabinets finished in as triking cobalt blue in both the wet and dry kitchens.
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