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From Shanghai, with Love – Shanghai World Expo, 1st May to 31st October, Banks of the Huangpu River

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Road trip! When we heard that we were going to jet to Shanghai for the World Expo, we were all a buzz with excitement! This was certainly something we could not miss, with the modern, burgeoning city as a backdrop to one of the most breath-taking displays of creativity and design; it was set to be a trip to remember. Excitement and anticipation filled our veins before the trip, during and was palpable even as we remembered it.

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Modern Simplicity Neutral

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Achieving balance is one of the most important things in design. We had three objectives when tasked with transforming this kitchen. We had to affect a modern look that was not overdone. It had to be simplistic, basic, and functional – yet not losing form and beauty.  Not wild, nor subtle, this was a child that had to be tamed neutral – and thus the team when to work and created a work of natural art.

Modern Minimalist

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Back to basics, less is more. We kept this firmly within our minds when attempting to create a minimalist bedroom that did not spare that extra touch of class and beauty that we have come to make as part of our interior design D.N.A. Modern – using immaculate whites and earth tones for a warm room with contemporary design features. Minimalist – basic colours, classy touch of lighting make this a simple walk in the park.

Modern Contemporary

Monday, May 17th, 2010

As the name suggests, we decided to go contemporary cutting edge, a house that would belong in any urban and manmade field in any part of the world. We brought together design concepts of the Manhattan school of design, the New York philosophy on colours and a distinct Chew spin to things. Combining clean immaculate whites, creams and dark wood laminate created a hovel that was amazing to behold and progressive beyond its years.

Modern Moroccan Living

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Inspired by the rich culture and colours of the Kingdom of Morocco, we went with a very ‘enclavish’ look to the interior. With a soft hint of gold hewn into the design concept, the overall effect gave us a lavish glow – throwback into the glory days of one of the most powerful and colourful kingdoms in the Eastern Seaboard. Entrants to the room will be treated with soft yellows and subtle oranges, contrasted with porcelain white ceilings and woodwork across various sections of the living room. While rustic in inspiration, we knew this had to be a modern work of art as well, with sharp corners and edgy furniture thrown in for contemporary measure.

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Welcome to Chew Interior’s Blog

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Welcome to Chew Interior’s very own blog! This is a start of a new era for Chew Interior, and for us, the use of the blog is the perfect way to strengthen our relationships with our existing clientele and make new ones – all through the power of the internet. Here, we will reveal a little more about our personalities, what makes us tick, our philosophies and most importantly – the people behind the success that is Chew Interior.

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Urban Modern

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Within the urban jungle is a smattering of concrete, iron and wood – painted over by all forms of creative palettes. This living space is no different, with a request to make it funky yet modern, cool yet creative, sombre in some places and easy breezy in others. Looking at this bedroom, it is a dream of chocolate and cream brought together in interior design heaven. We used a cushion and laminated effect as the bed head design.