The cosy Victorian aesthetic extends into the resting areas, providing a pleasant setting for our clients to lounge and recline in. Our first design concept features a floor-to-length wardrobe adorned with rectangular wooden panelling that resembles the signature curbed arches of the Victorian aesthetic. The traditional arches were given up for an angular, geometric design that catered better to modern tastes. The same shade of greige in the living room is carried into the resting area, painted in the wardrobe’s panelling to act as a mid-tone tying the dark wood flooring and white walls together.
The second design concept offered the same all-white colour palette that modernized the room, giving it an icy, cold feeling that accentuated a sense of calm. The modern coolness was, however, staved off with intricate panelling on the floor-to-ceiling wardrobe. The panels broke up the monotony of the monochromatic, bulky wardrobe, softening the imposing effect of the large furniture.
The result is an airy, peaceful haven that answers the modern need for relaxation and serenity amidst hectic lifestyles.