Tatler Homes Singapore

December 2021

Tatler Homes Singapore not only showcases the top homes in Singapore and the region, but also reviews the best international interior design trends, appliances and accessories.

Paese:
Singapore
Lingua:
English
Editore:
Tatler Asia Limited
Frequenza:
Bimonthly
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6 Numeri

in questo numero

2 min
making memories

What makes your heart sing, and makes you feel like you’re walking on cloud nine? If that answer can be found in your home, all the better. For the Tatler Homes Singapore editorial team, it’s always a treat for us to visit different abodes, and we enjoy hearing all the anecdotes about what it took to make a house a home; it could be a mix of souvenirs and vintage finds that makes a living room extra cosy, or that lamp or chair in your bedroom that you fell in love with at first sight. If refreshing your abode is among your top priorities for the year ahead, we’ve gathered plenty of inspiration for you to take action and make good on your decor goals. We cast our eye on pastel-hued…

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1 min
the guest list

SANDHYA MAHADEVAN An artist and fashion designer by training, Sandhya has built her career in a variety of roles with a common point of attraction—the opportunity to tell stories; and it’s what has kept her rooted in the publishing industry for over a decade. In this issue, she explores the appeal of winter homes, as more countries open up to overseas travel (page 74). JASPER YU Jasper believes in living a fulfilling life, with photography as his chosen vocation that feeds his soul. As adroit with the camera in interior or product photography, he has captured many stunning spaces over the years; including the shophouse home featured in our cover story on page 98. MICHELE KOH MOROLLO A Singaporean journalist and editor based in Hong Kong, Michele Koh Morollo has written about architecture and design…

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3 min
editor’s picks

ARTISTIC TWIST Under his artist name KSY, local industrial designer Nathan Yong has created a collection for Industry+ that blurs the boundaries between art and design. Debuting at the new Industry+ showroom, it comprises seven limited-edition designs such as a bar stool, bench and a table, each crafted using various onyx varieties from MM Galleri, with its signature marble bending technique that slices stone into layers of pliable veneers. Industry+ is located at 213 Henderson Road, #01-02 (by appointment only); industryplus.com.sg SPACE ENCOUNTERS With their playful forms and sprightly colours, the Stellar Works Dhala floor and table lamps by Italian designer Luca Nichetto are sure to add a dose of fun to any interior. Created as part of the Space Invaders collection, these lamps feature Murano glass beads supported by a minimalist metal…

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1 min
new in town

CHRISTOFLE Dressed in a cream-and-brown palette punctuated with olive green accents, this new boutique pays homage to the colours favoured by founder Charles Christofle; it’s the perfect backdrop for the French maison’s silverware. The boutique also exudes an elegant Parisian spirit with its herringbone flooring, mirrors in an antique-inspired finish, and a striking contemporary chandelier. Christofle is located at 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-12 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Tel: 6688 7103; christofle.com MARQUIS QSQUARE Homegrown furniture purveyor Marquis QSquare has moved to a new 18,000sqft showroom—this expansive space features 10 mono-brand displays, including collections from Bentley Home, Versace Home, and Gallotti&Radice. These furnishings are displayed in home-like settings such as living rooms, dining areas and bedrooms, to help provide decor inspiration for homeowners. Marquis QSquare is located at 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-08/09…

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2 min
a stylish spin

“Versace is about strength, individuality, and inspiration; it’s about enjoying life,” says Donatella Versace, artistic director of the Italian luxury fashion house. “But it is about superior craftsmanship, creativity and innovation as well. These are the values I have in mind when I create.” Versace is synonymous with glamour and being a trendsetter—its foray into home furnishings with Versace Home in the early nineties was an unprecedented move that few fashion companies had made at that time. Similarly, the latest Versace Home collection proves that the brand is constantly adding an innovative edge to its storied heritage. Created by Versace in collaboration with Italian studio Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, the collection embodies the house’s Italian roots and its references to classical art as well as Greek mythology. Here, the fashion mogul shares her thoughts on…

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2 min
the glamour zone

Our bedrooms are our sanctuary; it’s where we catch up on our beauty sleep after a long day at work. To craft a space that combines both style and function elegantly, take a cue from boudoir-style bedrooms. “A boudoir is typically referred to as a lady’s dressing room, so it is usually more elegant and tailored to feminine tastes,” says Juliana Boh, founder of furniture retailer Snow Globe. “It would feature delicate textiles like velvet and lace, as well as other materials like leather and metal to create a synergy of femininity and masculinity.” Capture the romantic allure of this design scheme with the right mix of materials, and include a carpet underfoot. Boh adds: “Consider silk and satin fabrics for your sheets and cushion covers to create an opulent and sensual…

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