The Red Hill Peninsula apartment could have just been a boring white-walled interior space but thanks to Clifton Leung Design Workshop, the residence is a visually-driven mix of colorfully quirky and minimally calm. The walls remain white but beautiful pieces in striking colors are thoughtfully placed throughout the apartment, creating the perfect design balance.
Spring green chairs are paired with a simple wooden dining table, bringing a bit of the outdoors, in.
A bright blue door marks the separation between the private and public spaces.
The same blue is seen in the designer sofa, adding a punch to a mostly white design.
The custom-made rug adds a variety of colors and pattern to the space. Nothing, of course, takes away from the sliding glass doors that open up to the sea view.
The guest bathroom is covered in Italian-made Bisazza mosaic tiles in shades of green, creating a resort-like retreat for guests.
The master bedroom is both comfortable and cozy, with white bedding and soft gray curtains mixed with the wood floors and furnishings.
The master bathroom is outfitted with tiles in neutral tones making it an oasis for the homeowners.
And since no place is complete these days without a man cave, they’ve included one with all of the entertainment equipment anyone could ever want. Sound absorbers on the walls and ceilings look almost art-like.