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Dark walnut tones for the living room.

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The new living room now has better movement.

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The family room overlooks into the living room.

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The master bedroom has the same walnut.

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The open concept kitchen which allows for more interaction.

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Stone tiles and wood laminate provide contrast in the master bathroom.

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The dining area which allows for both dining indoors and outdoors.

Darkness and Light

Contrary to convention, dark hues do not make a moody home.
Jan 31, 2020 5:50 AM

WHENEVER a terrace house project falls into the lap of an architect or interior designer, the brief is the same regardless of whether it’s located in the prime district or city outskirts: “give us more light”. By virtue of such houses getting light only from the back or front, designers then