Modern luxury interior design concepts are trending in 2022. Although minimalist interiors might have trended the last few years, luxury and maximalism are making their mark this year. The reason? Homeowners are eagerly pursuing comfort and prioritising well-being.
What is Modern Luxury Interior Design?
As many continue to work from home, little indulgences are becoming indispensable to create a “feel good” space. Hence for some, the modern luxury interior design is more so a means of escapism than an aesthetic which operates by a playbook. Ultimately, luxury as a concept is about desirability; consuming more than what is deemed necessary. To clarify the modern element of this interior design style, it is good to contrast it to its classical counterpart. Think about the majestic ambience of the Sistine Chapel in Rome as an example. Consequently, the modern form has a simple colour palette and clean lines (although simple curves are making headway this year!).
So, if you are looking to create a modern luxury haven for your next HDB or condo renovation, take your cue from our slew of projects. We include samples from condominium and landed property interior designs in this blogpost. For more great ideas for your own home renovation journey, reach out to our team of professional interior designers.
Browns, Mauves and Taupes are Go-To Colours in 2022
First, choose the right colours! In case you didn’t already know, cooler tone interiors are no longer in vogue.
In 2022, earthy browns and taupes are here to make a bold statement. Importantly, the key to making this colour work for a home in Singapore is finding the right shade. Darker and warmer tones like walnut and terracotta give off a sultry and cosy vibe. Contrarily, cooler tones like oak and latte have a feminine, welcoming charm.
Opt for Fine Materials like Wood, Marble and Granite
Naturally, it isn’t enough to talk the talk. To trail a blaze of glory, choose quality materials. Therefore, choose the most decadent of materials where possible. Below, the modern luxury kitchen, dining and bar by Jennifer Tan uses only the finest materials available. Inspired by Minotti, the landed home at Dunbar Walk evokes a uniquely moody grandeur.
However, for smaller spaces like HDBs and condos, focus on glitzing up one area of the home. Doing so will toe the line between ostentatious and class. For example, this HDB resale apartment splurges on a uniquely crafted living room display shelf and cabinet. The mix of browns and grey lend an unmistakably sophisticated look.
Choose a Splurge
Finally, to seal the deal on modern luxury interior design, don’t be afraid to go big. Whether it’s wood panel ceilings or marble clad floors and walls, go big or go home is the name of the game.
Breaking the Fourth Wall with Wood Panelling on the Ceiling. Landed property interior design by Jennifer Tan.
Modern Luxury Interior Designers in Singapore
Finally, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team of highly reviewed interior designers in Singapore today!