High Gloss, High Contrast, High Drama Interiors

The finest of finishes, incredibly sharp aesthetics, intense ambiance and perhaps most notably, intelligent design, is exemplified in this collection from Steve Leung Designers. Established in Hong Kong and branching out to four centers in Mainland China, Steve Leung Designers’ decidedly modern approach could not be said to be minimalist nor modest. Often associated with a certain vastness, the term ‘modern’ is applied liberally to everything from progressive architecture, installation art and self-assembled IKEA flat packs. Steve Leung Designers however, project a luxurious and expensive modern image.

blonde wood and cream living minimal window treatment living steve leung

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blonde wood coastal soft furnishings floral ricepaper steve leung

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Expensive materials and obvious luxury aside, Leung retains a sense of traditionalism through the use of rice paper, blonde wooden frames, carefully placed orchids and constrained floral silk features. His practiced hand is evidenced in the styling of the first unmistakably oriental bedroom. What could only be taken to represent Carp, positioned schooling above the bed, is an exercise in accessorizing that is repeated in later clearly European influenced spaces. White conversation pieces and silver statement pieces are increasingly incorporated without compromising the functionality or size of the interiors. Their low impact/ high style effect can be mostly attributed to their lack of dominating color.

3| Expensive materials and obvious luxury aside, Leung retains a sense of traditionalism through the use of rice paper, blonde wooden frames, carefully placed orchids and constrained floral silk features. His practiced hand is evidenced in the styling of the first unmistakably oriental bedroom. What could only be taken to represent Carp, positioned schooling above the bed, is an exercise in accessorizing that is repeated in later clearly European influenced spaces. White conversation pieces and silver statement pieces are increasingly incorporated without compromising the functionality or size of the interiors. Their low impact/ high style effect can be mostly attributed to their lack of dominating color.

light white accessorized shelves livng steve leung

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accessorized white shelving modern living steve leung

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subtle mulberry and cream accessorized modern living steve leung

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subtle mulberry and cream accessorized modern dining steve leung

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cream and silver quilted chase lounge dining steve leung

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SOURCE: http://www.home-designing.com/2013/03/high-gloss-high-contrast-high-drama-interiors
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