This HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in.
I've been on the hunt for inspiration for our kitchen mini-reno, this marble splashback is definitely ticking my boxes ✔️ from the home of Melbourne interior designer Lynn Cheong for /houseandgarden/ by Cortese Architects
For my tanning ledge An aerial view of a swimming pool with two large artificial sand banks that gradually step down into the deeper main pool. On the highest tier are two lounge chairs with an umbrella and an artificial tree stump base.