You have to agree that the evolution of home style is always related to the lifestyle which people are having during that era. Undoubtedly, a contemporary home is the result of epic evolution, and it has been specifically crafted to suit our current lifestyle. In this post, we can't wait to show you the look of a truly charming and stylish home which accommodates the contemporary lifestyle that is designed by the Fifth Avenue team!
1. The evolution of bedroom space
The bedroom space just used to be a place to lie down at night, but over time, it has become a personal sanctuary. The bedrooms of today offer not only personal refuge, but they embrace a personal touch. There are various types of beds that are designed according the customized needs of the user. The Fifth Avenue team designed a multi-purpose platform bed for this contemporary home to suit the needs of the residents.
2. Dual Purposed Closet-Study
Who doesn’t like to have their very own personal walk-in closet? But at the same time, the need for a home study is also very crucial. So the Fifth Avenue design team compromised by creating a dual-purposed study come walk-in. This space can be accessed from the bedroom, and is an extension of the personal sanctuary that the contemporary bedroom represents.
3. Customized bathrooms
The bathroom in a contemporary home – especially in Singapore HDB units – are relatively small in size. However, compartmentalization of each fixture allows for an efficient use of this space. Therefore, the Fifth Avenue design team has created innovative compartment spaces in the bathroom designs to separate the vanity, the WC and the shower area.
4. Upscale Kitchen Area
A contemporary kitchen is not only a place to cook, but also a place to gather your our family and guests. The kitchen in this particular home embraces its modernity with a flair. It features in-built chrome plated appliances and an efficient, ergonomic layout that promotes user-friendliness.
5. The Breakfast Bar
Who would have though breakfast bars and kitchen islands to be such a common part of their kitchens even a century ago? But common they are. The best part about these bars is that they’re a casual way to dine in for the user. You never have to set up a formal dining area if you don’t want to. The clean, modernist bar that the Fifth Avenue team has designed in this home is quite beautiful.
6. Living Room Of The Present
The contemporary living room is all about relaxation and entertainment. The media wall has become a permanent fixture of every home around the globe, and the couch set-up with a coffee table in center is universally beloved. However, seeking an appropriate layout that fits with the customization of a home is what actually makes up the best living room. The Fifth Avenue team has done just that with the living room in this home.
7. Formal Dining Area
A formal dining area is not exactly a necessary part of a contemporary home design. But you can definitely have one if you want to. However, these dining areas have become very casual over the time. So even if this is a ‘formal’ space, the interior design is very user-friendly and casual.
8. Accessorizing and decor
Decoration and accessories used to be a part of villas that belonged to the upscale society. But mass production has made it a common phenomenon. Now every contemporary home features at least a few accessories in the form of artwork, trinkets and decoration pieces. It has become an essential part of our lifestyle, and the Fifth Avenue Team has definitely delivered on that aspect.