Being defined by basic geometries, the house is then fancied up with bright colours and elements of different materials as embellishments. It is to create a great visual feast to be held in the living room. Blue, the colour of elegance. Gold, the colour of extravagance. Copper, the material of style. Stone, the pattern of modesty. Velvet, the texture of nostalgia. With the further incorporation of mirror finishing, which represents modernity, and chandelier, which symbolises luxury, gives us numerous design elements. Each of these elements plays their own role well, creating a harmonious vibe without outshining others. The design is classy but not cheesy, which also emphasises compatibility, functionality and feasibility.