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Slick Modern Vietnamese Homes That Nail The Look

Slick Modern Vietnamese Homes That Nail The Look



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Four modern Vietnamese homes, four slick decor schemes set to inspire, designed and visualised by Labaco. We’ll take a tour through each one to gather just what it is that nails the look. Home number one is a solid scheme, tickled with upbeat colourful accent pieces that build an energised atmosphere. The second inspirational home interior is a picture of smooth and simplified modernity, with beachy colour infusions of sand, pebble and sky blue. The third stop we’ll make will be to a home with chilled blue-grey accents mixed with warming wood, and our last is prolific in pattern. We’ll also find inspiration for modern furniture styles, cosy room layouts, and a clever concept for a hidden guest bedroom.

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Spicy red and yellow cushions add flavour to a grey sofa in home number one. The light living room is given bold personality by a jet black ceiling treatment, which holds the entire open plan together. A brown leather-look round coffee table brings a dose of sophistication to the centre of the lounge, whilst a modern rocking chair chimes a laid-back note.

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Indoor plants grow natural energy in the room, and provide centrepieces for the dining table and coffee table. Marble panels put texture across the TV wall.

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A linear chandelier stretches over a modern dining set, which is fashioned in contrasting natural wood and black finishes. A wooden serving bench connects the dining table with a luxe white marble encased kitchen island.

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A wooden insert occupies the other side of the kitchen island, and a wooden dining bench takes up the other side of the dining table.

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A glass wall bedroom design helps the whole apartment feel more spacious and light. Inside the bedroom, a winged platform bed matches the aesthetic of the leather-look coffee table in the lounge. The unusual bedside table lamp is the Flos Snoopy Lamp.

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There is a second glass wall bedroom too, which has a desk/dressing table area. Beautiful pink furniture and accessories colour the room.

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Floor plan. Built-in closets keep storage streamlined inside the two glass wall bedrooms.

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The white living room in home tour two is a smooth example of simplified modern elegance. Beachy colour infusions of sea and sky blue, warm sand, and cool pebble come together to evoke a sense of refreshing calm.

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The floor area of the kitchen is also the home entryway, so a minimalist approach leaves a clear welcoming zone.

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The sky blue living room wall forms a tranquil backdrop for a Vietnamese altar. A slim wooden screen separates the ancestral altar from the necessary tv wall. Similar wood tones are employed to visually blend the home’s essential elements.

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Wooden ceiling fans cool the home, amidst a prolific scattering of recessed spotlights.

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The L-shaped kitchen has light units at its base, wood grain upper cabinets add natural flair.

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Decorative vases bring colour to a console table in the home entryway, where there is hidden shoe storage.

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Our third home design has the same living room footprint as the latter. This time, a straight grey modern sofa wings out behind a round coffee table stood on stripes.

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A combination of different colour cushions dress the sofa, and large areas of wood tone visually warm the room. Made-to-measure bookcases cover almost the entire sofa wall, with volumes of concealed storage spaced between.

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The Vietnamese altar is given the same pride of place again. This time, a shot of blue colours the TV cabinet beneath the wall mounted screen.

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Abundant floor space in the kitchen is allocated as a dining spot this time around.A blue-grey cushioned dining bench gives the set a casual comfy vibe.

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White kitchen cabinets draw a stacked L-shape around the dining area, with cut-out wooden handles pinpointing every unit.

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The glass wall bedroom can be used as a solo master suite, or divided into two separate bedrooms when having house guests over to stay.

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Bifold obscure glass doors split the space and provide privacy, whilst allowing natural light to pass.

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When the guest bed is not in use, it folds away so the master suite may have its own sitting room.

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Powder pink cushions embellish the little sofa. A sideboard and stylish tray table complete the composition.

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A bespoke headboard storage unit acts as a bedside shelf for a lamp, and a soothing painting. One end of it even becomes a small desk in front of the window, right by a built-in bookcase.

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Grey bedclothes dress the guest room.

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Unique geometric tiles create a dot-like pattern around the wet zone of the mood-lit shower room design. Large concrete tiles fill the rest.

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A modern wood effect vanity unit ups the visual temperature, brown bathroom towels complement its tone.

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In an alternative visualisation of the bathroom, geo tiles are replaced with classic square tiles, plus a more basic vanity and mirror set.

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The vessel basin is replaced by a sunken sink in the marble countertop.

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Finally, in home tour four we’re met with eye-catching pattern and the emerald greenery of indoor plants.

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Victorian-style floral tiles make a statement in the entryway, whilst a tribal pattern rug strikes chevrons through the lounge.

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Beechwood adds light notes to the room.

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A black ceiling fan is neatly contained within a recess.

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The one wall grey and white kitchen design has a classic elegance, which is complemented by the same stunning floor tiles as in the home entryway.

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White subway tiles build a subtle backsplash.

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‘Love’ posters decorate the master bedroom.

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The modern dressing table has a wooden top to tie in with wardrobe louvre doors.


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