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Home & Decor June 2018

Home & Decor is a monthly interior design magazine which aims to make stylish living easy for everyone. Authoritative articles on interior design, home decorating and home improvement equip readers with the relevant know-how to navigate their renovations, with beautiful interior photography and styling for inspiration. Capturing the latest design and lifestyle trends, shops, furniture and furnishings, houseproud owners are able to keep their home perennially stylish and the perfect fit to their changing needs and lifestyles.

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the new super models

Taking inspiration from runway trends is not uncommon among furniture designers. In fact, it is quite expected for the trendiest colours of the fashion season to become similar hits when they appear on the upholstery of armchairs or sofas a few months later.So, when trend observers concluded that coloured velvet was definitely “on trend” after the last model had strutted o› the runway of the Milan Fashion Week last September, owing in part to the generous use of the material by labels such as Gucci, Armani and Max Mara, the team at Home & Decor knew it was only a matter of time before furniture designers included it in their repertoire.Indeed, I noted plenty of velvet pieces on show when I checked out the recent edition of the Salone…

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BONUS GALLERIES & VIDEOS FREDERICK LEE IN HIS CREATIVE SPACE Singapore’s leading couturier and award-winning costume designer opens up about his personal space in the studio. A HOME WHERE THE OLD MEETS NEW IN HARMONIOUS WAYS Design studio ICIA’s latest project is a family home designed to let its antiques stand out beautifully against a contemporary backdrop. HOME FOR A DYNAMIC DUO Evon Chng and husband Joseph Ho invite you into their tastefully designed creative abode. DOWNLOAD YOUR COPY OR SUBSCRIBE AT WWW.HOMEANDDECOR.COM.SG/MAGAZINE Get 20 per cent o› a single issue (UP $6) or 50 per cent o› an annual subscription (UP $72)! Details at www.homeanddecor.com.sg/promotions. NOW AVAILABLE AT ■…

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in the haute seat

In the world of fashion, nothing beats the level of intricate detailing lavished on the exuberant designs by the couturiers of Paris. And with more high fashion brands expanding their reach into the realm of furniture, homeowners can expect a similar league of personalised and made-to-measure prestige with their home appointments. If you’re keen on accentuating your interiors with some trendy, fashion-branded goodness, consider this vintage-style beechwood chair from Italian house Gucci. Finished in glossy Bordeaux lacquer, it is upholstered with a plush herbarium-print cushion featuring a hand-embroidered bee applique – one of the many icons made famous by the label’s latest collection. The Gucci bee chair ($3,970) can be ordered from local Gucci boutiques. ■…

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go with the grain

Nina suggests pairing marble surfaces with clear or painted glass accessories, such as these boxes and vase from Bungalow 55. NINA BEALE Interior Stylist Porous as it may be, marble remains a sought-after material for home surfaces because of its rarity and the elegant effect it adds to interiors. What’s most alluring about the stone, though, is the captivating look of its veins, formed as a result of being exposed to centuries of high temperature and intense pressure, causing the creation of calcite crystals within the metamorphic limestone. Fantasy Marble, on the other hand, is designed by high pressure laminate producer Formica and replicates the undulating essence of natural marble grain, while allowing homeowners the liberty of adding the texture to any surface, with the bonus of…

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suite minimalist

Nagoya desk by Liaigre Originally designed for a private residence in Hakone, Japan, the design of this desk melds Japanese and French minimalism. Produced by interior design studio and furniture label Liaigre, the studio’s team collaborated with architect Kengo Kuma for this project. Evoking a sense of subtle elegance, the desk was created specifically for a guest room with glass walls and an inspiring view to match, and is now officially part of the Liaigre furniture collection. For more information, visit Liaigre at 9 Purvis Street. The subtle upward curve is a reference to the characteristic roof seen on temples throughout Japan. The slim drawers keep the design practical and streamlined. The Nagoya desk features an oak frame with a brown leather top. There is also a…