Master Bedroom (Contemporer Design) Line of Gold ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Owner Mr. TW
West of Jakarta
Indonesia

That’s right! After many years of being out of fashion the “yellow” metals like gold, brass, and light bronze are back with a vengeance. For most of the millennium to date the whiter metals like nickel, chrome and stainless steel have reigned supreme but move over white metals because now the yellow metals are back and they are making a huge assault on interior furnishings.

They are literally showing up everywhere in interior design, fashion, and industrial design. You probably know that rose gold has been big in jewelry and watches for some time and now as usual fashion trends trickle down to interior design. These “yellow” metals are showing up in lighting, furniture, hardware, accessories, mirrors, fabrics and wallpapers. At first you might think they are garish or dated but with today’s popular white and light interiors a warm metal like brass or gold can be a very elegant accent. The whiter metals still rule in ultra-modern interiors but for those who want some warmth in their contemporary rooms the yellow metals are a great resource.

The good news however is we no longer use just one metal finish in an interior. Today it is OK to mix metals in your home. As long as you know how to do it well. For instance your metal coffee table or lamp does not have to match your drapery rods or door knobs. Mix it up for more interest. Breaking the rules is a good thing if you know how.

The dark brown metal has been very popular for over a decade but with lighter interiors and the predominance of white rooms and white kitchens, these darker bronze finishes are coming off as too high contract with white rooms and appear so dark that one almost thinks they are black. This is where a lighter yellow bronze can do the job.

Look for gold, brass and the lighter yellow bronze and see if you start noticing them. You will also see copper too. Happy observing.


Modern Classic Design ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Owner: Mr. A
Royal Grande

Batam – Interior design

The interior is the French word (in-térieur) is translated as an internal view — design, decoration of internal space of a building or car, etc. Architectural and artistic approach that provides a person with aesthetic perception and comfortable living conditions.

The modern classic interior design conceptrepresents a way of unlimited human imagination, ideas and psychological attitudes that are implemented in life. When creating modern classic interior design concept, a person subordinates the surrounding space under his spiritual and intellectual concept.

Thus, with the help of the interior, a person satisfies and fills his aesthetic needs, passing each surrounding element characteristic value.

In short, the modern classic interior design concept is a mirror of the soul, telling about the inner world of a person and his creative abilities. The style of the interior should be is chosen in respect with personnel interests and preferences, or you can create an interior with the participation of several styles, such a design in the interior is called a mixed style.

The basic rule – the consistency of objects, a harmonious combination of the environment.

Modern trends in interior design are often controversial: on the one hand, most spaces are fully equipped with the latest household appliances, on the other, interior are tend to nature, containing natural plant elements and minimum in details and things.

Before you build a house or start renovating an apartment, you have to decide of what interior your house should be. The choice of finishing materials, layout of the rooms, the choice of furniture and decor will depend on this decision.

There are three important components of modern classic interior design concept:
Construction basis (design of walls, floor, ceiling);
Subject fullness (furniture, household appliances);
Functionality and psychological atmosphere.

There is a wide variety of styles used in interior design: classic, antique, romantic, Arabic, high-tech, Japanese and many others. They can be combined into three groups: modern, ethnic, historical. Some of them successfully can be mixed with each other. Even a person with modest income can afford to decorate his home in a style close to his spirit.

Specialist-designer can perform this work professionally, taking into account all the wishes.

He will develop several alternative projects, and after discussions and improvements will realize the “project of dream” for the customer.

Usually home or apartments are decorated in one style, but you can also choose different styles for individual rooms, taking into account their functional features.

The most important thing is that the design has an idea. Developed imagination, good taste and sense of proportion are very important in creating the image of the house, because the interior design is a real art!


Small Room ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Small Room 

 

Owner: Mrs. F

Sukajadi
Batam – Indonesia

Calling all small space dwellers! Big city apartments, vintage home layouts, and modern space downsizing all call for design that expands the possibilities of small. If you need a bedroom makeover but don’t think you have enough bedroom to work with, you’re in the right place. We’ve got some lovely small bedroom ideas to prove small spaces can be stylish.

While modern and luxurious design ideas often tell you that you need to have a sitting area, small office, or a king size bed in your bedroom, don’t forget that a bedroom’s main function is to be a place to rest and recharge. And you don’t much to create a beautiful space to do so.

In fact, your small bedroom may be a blessing for a better night’s sleep. The American Sleep Association recommends keeping stimulating activities out of the bedroom. They warn that distractions like TV, internet, and work can disrupt your sleep patterns. So, the less there is to do in your bedroom, the more sleep you set yourself up for. How’s that for smart design?

Here are ten small bedroom ideas and tips to help you create a bedroom space that may be small in square footage, but is big in style.


Simply Design Concept ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Owner: Mrs. Vv
Batam – Indonesia

Small space design can be the bane of any flat-dweller’s or home owner’s life, but they can also be a blessing in design disguise. Awkward, small room ideas are often a catalyst for change, forcing you to 

a) clear the clutter and 

b) come up with clever small room ideas and nifty storage solutions you may never have thought of otherwise. 

From small living rooms ideas and small dining rooms, to small bedrooms, small bathrooms, small kitchens, hallway ideas and kids’ rooms, or even just small space storage solutions.


Modern Classic ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Company Profile

Scolberg Interior Design is a company recognized in handling interior and exterior design firm with expertise in residential, commercial, hospitality, retail healthcare and beauty projects. Based in Jakarta, Indonesia and branch in Batam

Scolberg Interior was established in 2007 by Steve Suyardi, who is founder of Scolberg interior designer. The Scolberg combines extraordinary talent and global experiences to create spaces, nationally and worldwide, that can be as “cutting edge” or “timeless” as the exceptional of each of its Clients.

Motto “Innovation is made customer satisfaction”.







Contempo Design ~ INTERIOR DESIGN

Company Profile

Scolberg Interior Design is a company recognized in handling interior and exterior design firm with expertise in residential, commercial, hospitality, retail healthcare and beauty projects. Based in Jakarta, Indonesia and branch in Batam

Scolberg Interior was established in 2007 by Steve Suyardi, who is founder of Scolberg interior designer. The Scolberg combines extraordinary talent and global experiences to create spaces, nationally and worldwide, that can be as “cutting edge” or “timeless” as the exceptional of each of its Clients.

Motto “Innovation is made customer satisfaction”.







Neo Classic "Victorian"


Owner: Mr SC

Location : Jodoh
Batam Indonesia

The neoclassical style is about elegance and sophistication. This style is more modest and muted than the conspicuous display of wealth 

The colors in the neoclassical style are generally mild: cream, gray, blue, yellow and green. Luster black, red, gold and silver are used mainly as patches of color to highlight the overall style. A gentle and pervasive flower theme creates a chic look from floor to ceiling

The furniture in the neoclassical style is simple but symmetrical. Dark wood furniture is typical and rooms are embellished with beautiful ornaments, stone and marble floors, and Persian carpets. The fabrics are luxurious but not ostentatious – damask silk, brocade, linen, and velvet.

Contemporer "Batik is our heritage"


Owner: Mr. TT

Hotel Boutique Harbour Bay Batam
Batam – Indonesia


“It is so important that the world finally recognize and acknowledge batik as an Indonesian heritage,

Batik has always been and always be Indonesia’s leading heritage. The masterfully painted cloth is known internationally for its unique style and traditional ambiance. Batik is one of Indonesia’s proudest heritages.

Traditional batik has notable meanings with roots in the Javanese conceptualization of the universe. Particular designs are associated with specific religious ceremonies, some are reserved for the Sultan and his family, and certain areas are known for a predominance of specific designs. It might take considerable study to completely understand the different types of batik designs and their origins (there are so many); the colors, patterns, and concepts vary vastly depending on where the batik was produced-but appreciation is most absolutely instant. The best place to get traditional batik textiles is in Central Java, although Bali and any other island in Indonesia has their own distinctive styles, many of which are modern.



Contemporer “Reflection of Nature” ~ INTERIOR DESIGN



Owner: Mr. W


Bukit Permata
Batam – Indonesia



There’s something just so peaceful about being in a place like nature. I mean, take a look at the reflection of nature.

Mountains reflected in a pool of water or an overall color palette of browns and greens. Walls, furniture and accent décor made from wood and stone or large windows that allow the landscapes of the outdoors to feel close by. There are many ways to bring nature into a design. This blending of materials with the design creates a serene setting perfect for combination.

Light changes forms throughout the day, and designer changes with the light. This is one of the main
challenges of design. Choosing the light to balance and render the forms of the room is critical to a good lighting. Shadows define form, shadows and light, time of day and angle of the sun all play a role in defining form. Light also changes with the time of year, and time of year is important in telling the story of a design.

Anything natural is cherished in the field of concept. The more natural a piece of design,


Post Modern Design Concepy “Between Wood and Stone” ~ INTERIOR DESIGN



Owner: Mr. W

Location: Batam – Indonesia

We live in a period of transition from modernism to postmodernism. Postmodern elements can be traced in architecture, art, and consumer behavior. Postmodernism is a era without a dominant ideology but with a pluralism of styles. Social and technical changes create four dominant postmodern conditions related to fragmentation of markets and experiences, hyper reality of products and services, value realization.

Design Features of Postmodern furniture and accessories are usually expensive, especially when they are vintage originals and of Italian design. Although a room full of radical with furnishings may only appeal to the eccentric client who can afford it, these eclectic accents can still be tastefully incorporated into other design schemes in smaller doses. This revolution of radical form went on to inspire new era.

The concept is the result of a collaboration between the wood and stone are their amazing texture and art which come from our mother of nature.