5 Simple Ways To Get ‘Penthouse’ Effect To Your Home

A penthouse is basically the most expensive luxurious suite you can find at any hotel or apartment complex. It’s located on the top floor and is characterized by a luxurious ambience and layout. Have you ever imagined rethinking your HDB interior design on a similar concept? Because given the right designing, you can definitely incorporate a Penthouse Effect even in a small-style HDB interior design! Here are 5 ways you can do so!


1. Luxurious textures

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First of all, you’ll have to make sure that each and every aspect of your interior design features a plush, ritzy finish. You can’t be boho-chic about your penthouse aesthetic. You have to go full out with high-gloss, leathers, suede and other materials that give off a rich look. It can help set up a nice base for the rest of your interior works.



2. Be open with your layout

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Try to be as open about the layout as you possibly can. Small, cramped spaces are only going to cramp your aesthetic. Instead, you have to go big in order to fully encompass the Penthouse Effect. The open-floor concept can make your interior design feel exceptionally spacious, even you’re working with a limited amount of real-estate.



3. Meet; understated luxury

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The whole concept of understated luxury can help you emulate the Penthouse Effect. You simply have to choose the right finishes and furnishings in order to artfully translate what you’re trying to do. Combined with the spacious layout of the overall design, you can definitely get your desired aesthetic.



4. Show off your splurges

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If you’ve splurged on some on some major part of your home renovation – such as built-in appliances – then it is only right that you show them off by design. You can use the layout to show off some of things that you splurged on. This can help you capture the showmanship of the Penthouse Effect.



5. The double height effect

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The double height effect can be extreme hard to capture, especially in a single-height space. You can capture its essence by investing in floor to ceiling windows. Combined with the spacious layout, it can seem incredibly attractive and chic.

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