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The Pavilia Bay

Hong Kong

The Pavalia Bay

About the Apartment
Location: The Pavilia Bay
Layout: 2 Bedrooms Apartment
Area: 525 square feet

Yacht interior design style home with big personality

The nature of yacht life is dealing with limited spaces with multi functional ideas. The main theme of the residential towers is ‘sunshine’ and ‘yachting’,  thus the interiors of this flat featuring many rounded or curved elements that can inspire relaxation. 

Living and Dining Area
Dual side TV Cabinet

A dual side cabinet are used as a room divider. It allows the owners to keep a generous amount of things ,but also carving out some privacy.

​One popular yacht design trend is the use of glass. Incorporating glass into the interior design can emphasize the harmony between the indoor and the seaview outside.

Curved Designs
The transparent paneling details and curved design adds a more organic and fluid element that can make the space feel more open and friendly. Flowing curves can give off a feeling of calm.

Master Bedroom
The headboard in this earthy bedroom evoke luxurious feelings. The plush cushioning stretching across the entire back wall makes this room look extra cozy. 

​The globe pendant lights create ambiance and a secondary lighting option.

Full-height Wardrobe
To make use of the high ceiling, a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe was built to provide rooms for the owners' clothing collections.  

​The electric bed lift with remote control is a smart and novel way to help with storage inside a bed.

Bedroom
The hydraulic bed  allows the house owners can neatly store all clothes and items inside.

Bathroom
The original bathtub have converted to shower in response to house owner's  lifestyle. The new shower with the glass door makes the bathroom feel more open.

The Pavalia Bay

About the Apartment
Location: The Pavilia Bay
Layout: 2 Bedrooms Apartment
Area: 525 square feet

Yacht interior design style home with big personality

The nature of yacht life is dealing with limited spaces with multi functional ideas. The main theme of the residential towers is ‘sunshine’ and ‘yachting’,  thus the interiors of this flat featuring many rounded or curved elements that can inspire relaxation. 

Living and Dining Area
Dual side TV Cabinet

A dual side cabinet are used as a room divider. It allows the owners to keep a generous amount of things ,but also carving out some privacy.

​One popular yacht design trend is the use of glass. Incorporating glass into the interior design can emphasize the harmony between the indoor and the seaview outside.

Curved Designs
The transparent paneling details and curved design adds a more organic and fluid element that can make the space feel more open and friendly. Flowing curves can give off a feeling of calm.

Master Bedroom
The headboard in this earthy bedroom evoke luxurious feelings. The plush cushioning stretching across the entire back wall makes this room look extra cozy. 

​The globe pendant lights create ambiance and a secondary lighting option.

Full-height Wardrobe
To make use of the high ceiling, a floor-to-ceiling wardrobe was built to provide rooms for the owners' clothing collections.  

​The electric bed lift with remote control is a smart and novel way to help with storage inside a bed.

Bedroom
The hydraulic bed  allows the house owners can neatly store all clothes and items inside.

Bathroom
The original bathtub have converted to shower in response to house owner's  lifestyle. The new shower with the glass door makes the bathroom feel more open.

  • FIRM

    Inbloom Concept

  • Type

    Units, Apartments, Flats, Townhouses

  • Area Size

    48 Sqm

  • Design Style

    Minimalist, Modern

  • Architect / Designer

    Inbloom Concept

  • Location

    Hong Kong

  • Status

    Completed

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