There’s no denying that neutral tones are very pleasing to look at. And a house filled with these warm and soft colours can definitely be considered as an eye candy. In fact, they are very well received by Malaysians that almost everyone wants to use them in their house. This Malaysian couple, for instance, incorporated the colours so beautifully in their interior decor that we can’t take our eyes off of it.
Malaysian Couple Spent Less Than RM10k To Transform Their House Into A Boho Sanctuary
Said by the owner, Fiza, the house was inspired by a lot of boho interior designs from Pinterest and Instagram. They took at least 1 month and less than RM10k to transform the house. You simply have to look at their living room! It’s decorated with loads of patterns and textures but it doesn’t look messy at all! With the help of several indoor plants and wooden and rattan furnishing, it feels very homey and welcoming.
All Eyes On The Arched Feature Wall
Considering that ‘arched feature wall’ is a huge trend right now, Fiza and her husband fashioned one in their dining area. And the result did not disappoint. In fact, it gives the area a touch of unique personality. The decor is so aesthetic and unique that Fiza herself doesn’t mind striking a few poses in her own house.