The Residences Kuala Lumpur – Customized Interior Designs That Are Inspired By Catwalk Trends

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The residences Kuala Lumpur – customized interior designs that are inspired by catwalk trends

The Haute Couture of the sanctuary provide the residences Kuala Lumpur Blu water Studio – high fashion inspired new home trends from the most prestigious catwalks. Representative for the new generation of designers the unconventional way of Heider Ackermann reflected perfectly in the small apartment (type A first photos of the post). The vivid colors with subtle and monochromatic tones were added to his fashion shows.

The lively colors complement each other with subtle and monochromatic hues


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The soothing shades of gray were elected, to interact with the ample exposure of Turquoise and yellow. Tinted mirrors enhance the color impression and the double feeling of spaciousness. The inspiration from the silhouette determined clothing by Ackerman vertically cut walls that extend the height of the room. Though the living area was very limited, transparent tables and chairs help to open it. The myriad reflections of the soft molded metal followers ended the definitive style. The final touch comes from the sculptural yellow armchair, which is inspired by the diagonal lines of the male designs by Ackermann.

Original kitchen design – glamour and minimalism

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Large comfortable double bed

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Compact bedroom – clever combination of fashion and stylewonderful views of the city lights in the night

The bathroom is elegant and chic from the bedroom customized interior designs Kuala Lumpur bedroom dark walls

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The timelessness of Dior defines the vision of the bigger apartment (type B). The spirit of the French designer is expressed with silhouettes and colors. Feminine chic influenced the shapes and textures. Beloved women wrinkles that spring-summer collection have been highlighted in the 2012, are transferred from the catwalk in the apartment as a design motif. Pleated-like focal wall in the living room, even though wood is made of vinyl, took the basic inspiration from the tissue flexibility. The layering of inspired designs in the entire apartment was used to create the air of mystery that characterizes exactly the fairer sex.

To highlight the organic touch, were compared with black with vibrant magenta, green and high-performance monochrome colors with the dominant. In accordance with principle of Dior, as he quotes: “I have designed flower women”, the bloom Chair in the middle of the living area. This high design piece in the shape of oversized green flowers adds a subtle sense of texture for the Interior and plays along with the richness of the carpet.

The final touch comes from the sculptural yellow Chair

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Light brown hues in the kitchen

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Home Office – black Office desk and shelvingcustomized interior designs Kuala Lumpur office desk shelves

Indirect light brightens the designer interior design

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Elegant bedrooms in dark, feminine colors customized interior designs Kuala Lumpur purple sparkling purple

Purple atmosphere in the bedroom

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