Top Secret: How Fashionista Influences The World Of Interior Design

Fashion and interior design always go hand in hand. Both have the ability to redefine typical and present a cocktail of aesthetic and functional pragmatism. So what makes up a fashionable interior design? That completely depends on what’s reflected by the contemporary settings! For example, Elle Décor declared on their Instagram that ‘flower walls are out, and flower chandeliers are in!’ this is how fashions are defined in the interior design industry. Further, let’s take a look at 5 Singapore based interior designs that can impress even hardcore fashionista’s.

 

1. Attractive patterns

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The best part about this particular interior design is its ability to seamlessly assimilate unique textures with its ambient color palate. The quirky grey patterns on the media wall completely engage the eye and makes the user want to sit back and enjoy their surroundings. Furthermore, the trendy furniture and décor make the overall ambience even more attractive.

 

 

2. When lighting hits the mark

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Lighting fixtures have been the biggest trend setters in contemporary interiors. They’re available in a number of designs and formations. From the numbered beauty of alternating pendent lights to the unfettered grace of a single chandelier, there is nothing a good light fixture cannot accomplish. So the cascading pendent light formation in this interior design is the height of trendy chic.

 

 

3. Statement media walls

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Media walls can definitely define the ambience of any room. They’re functional statement pieces that bring in a unique set of visuals within any interior design ambience. The grey-toned media wall in this interior design not only features a very distinct shelving unit at one end, but its middle-man design is exceptionally attractive as well.

 

 

4. Headboard feature walls

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Feature/accent walls look the best when they complement the rest of the ambient quality of an interior design. The full-length grey splashed wall in alternating materials and textures features a unique visual quality. It adds a very elegant look to the design, to which the changing texture provides adequate contrast.

 

 

5. Wardrobes for the win

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Typical wardrobes are so out of style, but this sleek, modernist wardrobe with its creative sliding door leaf designs brings in something fresh to the ambience. Its glamorous finishes add a lot of style to its boxy form. Even though it’s partly conventional, it is definitely going to appeal to every ambient fashionista out there.

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