Red Hill Peninsula - The Green Villa

Design of this 4,500 sq. ft. luxury house adds new dimension to the magnificent exterior view. The house comprises 3-storey, with the dining area on the ground floor; living room situated one floor below and the bedrooms on the lowest floor.

Seeing the potential to maximize the dramatic effect of the high ceiling, Interior designer, Clifton Leung, decided to utilize a lot of floor-to-ceiling windows in areas such as the living room, the bedroom and the balcony. By exposing the interiors through full-height window, the design imparts airiness and creates a much brighter environment with the natural daylight.

On the ground floor, sandstone, a natural material, was the choice for flooring and treads of the staircase. Complemented by a selection of monotone furniture in white, the design delivers a clean, simple and contemporary look. The layout is segregated into the entertainment, kitchen and dining areas. Attention-grabbing instruments including a grand piano define the entertainment area, which is further enhanced by visually stunning and entertaining wall paintings. The open kitchen design with built-in appliances maximize visual space; while the well-designed kitchen island offers the convenience for food preparation.

Unique color and details were applied to give individual character to the other floors, while delivering the same sense of comfort. Clifton chose oak wood as the core material for the staircase and the furniture for the living room and the bedrooms on the lower floors. Wood gives a sense of warmth, creating an interesting contrast to the clean and modern design on the ground floor.

A veteran in space maximization, Clifton did a complete makeover of the layout, transforming the original 3-bedroom into four distinct en-suite bedrooms. With a glass panel balcony, the master bedroom is transformed into a green house, nicely fitted with a massage chair, creating seamless blend between the interior and the natural exterior.

Utilizing the garage space, an additional massage room and a study were created. With a panoramic sea view, the massage room guarantees the owner a relaxing and luxurious spa experience.
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“Design” — onzki
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“Bed, but head board to be way less thick” — mikothegreat
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“panel wall” — Lallie Loucks
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“colours” — kennysia
“Tile and blind” — Riaz Hattia
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“P” — ritachau
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“shower area” — ptcheenu
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“Everything” — Riaz Hattia
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“Neves drawers” — simratt
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“Mampara” — clarybe
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“So many Miele” — ttbmatthew
“Nice display of kitchen appliances” — cqeshop
“material on staircase” — offar
“kitchen 2” — kaihuang
“floor” — sandylimss02
“Light” — joyce11
“Color scheme” — lynpng
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“study idea” — hkmason
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“Color scheme” — lynpng
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“Point the study room” — Chee Siong
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“Glossy tiles” — May Wong
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“Mirror door for shoe cabinets” — merry_wizard
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