Prince William and Duchess Kate may be the authentic modern day royalty, but that doesn’t mean you should stop yourself from dreaming brig when it comes to designing your homes. A flat may not be the equivalent of the Buckingham Palace, but some clever designing and artful tricks can definitely convert it into a home fit to accommodate modern royalty. Let’s take a look at five such interior designs for your inspiration.
1. Merge modern and classical
Classical is the first aesthetic that comes to mind when you think of the term ‘royalty.’ So this very first interior design features a hybrid neo-classical theme that walks a fine line between modern and classic. Each and every aspect of the design is posh and luxurious, but there have been no compromises made on the contemporary side as well.
2. In the lap of luxury
Conventional HDB bathrooms are provided very little leeway to make the most of their space as well as visuals. However, this particular design is extremely attractive because not only does it feature an extremely spacious layout, but it also enforces a sense of luxury within the given space. The overall look is extremely attractive and definitely fit for modern royalty.
3. Princess closets
Well, if you think that Princess Kate owns a shabby wardrobe then you’re sorely mistaken. While you can’t have a dedicated walk-in in your tiny HDB, you can definitely use your master bedroom to accommodate all your accessories. You can add aesthetic shelves with transparent glass and even a smell dressing table to get this kind of an aesthetic even in your small HDB.
4. Mirrors and Pendants
The dining nook featured in this image may be small in size, but it definitely has a big personality. The combination of looking mirror as well as the pendent lights create a mesmerizing effect that is enhanced through the stylish furnishings and the half partition wall that makes up the divider for the kitchen area.
5. Beauty in accents
The accent lighting in this interior design emulates a perfectly royal vibe. It brings forth a beautiful aura that highlights the monochromatic finishes and enriches the overall vibe within the interior design to the fullest. If you’re looking for understated ways to achieve this aesthetic, then using accent lights is definitely the way to go.