Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

What can a room or space tells about you? Will it tell the stories of your travels and aspirations? Or a reflection of your personal style and learnings?

One of the reason why I love to travel and stays on luxury hotels is because I want to document and experience the services they are offering. Staying in a room with grandeur designs is somehow feeds my personality and also I learn so much about it.

So when I got this chance to visit this free exhibition almost a year ago (yup this is a late post, but still worth the ideas), of course I make sure I won’t miss it. After all, it is free admission.



Spending for an hour or two roaming around and checking their creations, are totally worth it.

Fashion designers designs and creates clothing, interior designers dresses empty spaces.

Here are some of the designs and I hope I will help you inspire to decorate your room soon!

Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

This living and entertainment space celebrates hip vide, young and timeless. The space simple exudes a youthful easy luxury vibe that is up to date with the designs trends of tomorrow. Featured are the automated home entertainment systems by AVDI that meet the demand of the ever-changing world of design and technology.

Designers: Vianca Favila & Mark Perez



Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

This contemporary home office and sitting area inspires connection and exploration of culture. Gold trims are applied from wall to ceiling to convey continuity and interchanging of connections. The designer also combines open-shelving and built-in cabinetry, highlight Asian accents over black mirrors: dark walls and flooring for sophistication. The combination of dark tones and splashes of gold aim to provide a calming yet luxe feel. Botanicals and other organic elements are used being the warmth of nature indoors, adding to the contrasts character and drama.

Designer: Stephanie Yan





Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

Borrowing concepts from the sophistication of the Japanese kintsukuroi and Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs (which places self-transcendence as man’s prime motivation). The Kintsuku Room aims to create a new room typology – one that serve as an interstitial place between the chaos of the outside world and the tranquility of one’s home.

Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

This contrast is reflected in this room and is tied together by a golden ribbon which outlines the room’s programs.

Designers: Gino and Karen Abrera



Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

Neutral palettes come alive in this stunning interpretation of tradition’s marriage to contemporary design. The mood is replete with textures and patterns that pay homage to a certain respect to what was deemed timeless; patterned wallpaper reminiscent of a play of chinoisserie serve as accents against a naturally finished wall in ash with period moldings to evoke a formal and elegant vibe. Furniture pieces are carefully chosen to create a mix of traditional sophistication with references to English and French pieces while accents remain true to its contemporary and modern roots.

Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

Fabric patterns make use of the tried and tested mixing and matching of stripes with florals and foliage albeit all within very monochromatic neutral hues and tones. Finishes are chosen for its appeal and its feel; creating a cozy, comfortable and classy ambiance befitting a place of rest and refuge. Opulent accoutrements and accessories focus on gold eliciting a grand and glamorous addition to the ensemble all the while capturing the essence of a bedroom designed to celebrate a rich and lavish lifestyle.

Designer: Michael Pizarro


Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

A stark color palette of gray, raw wood slats and poured concrete walls may seem too harsh and cold for any space. However, combined with the rich decorative detailing of sumptuous fabrics, the muted luster of fine metals and gentle burnished accessories, you get a striking yet warm welcome and softness of an industrial luxe bedroom

Designer: Lalyn Nivera



Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition

This space exudes sensual feast – combined with different textures and textiles like velvet, exotic woods veneers, leather, marble, and brass stand together in visual harmony. The choice of lights are strategically placed to highlight and enhance, with storm of gold and brown form a chromatic backdrop, dappled by splashes of bright hues. Seemingly simple geometric patterns and acute triangles deliver depth and complexity.

The designer understands the meaning of luxury, with the richness of the materials and the perfect placement of the elements, this space shimmers with an aura of opulence and exclusivity.

Designer: Jigs Adefuin




Luxury Interior Designs Exhibition


Have you written down some inspiration on your notes after reading this?


xoxo, Blair



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44 comments :

  1. Beautiful! I feel like I was there!

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  2. Those look amazing... definitely took notes. :)

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  3. These are very beautiful interiors. I like the modern look. Thank you for sharing these great concepts in design!

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    1. You're welcome Janet :D
      Which one is your favorite?

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  4. I am a sucker for interior design. I'm still saying that even when my house is a colossal mess. Hahaha. I wish i could decorate my mansion like that. Feeling like a donya in my hacienda. Huhu

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    1. We can always dream and its FREE!
      You can redecorate your place little by little.

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  5. You always have such fascinating decorating ideas. The rooms you put together look like art.

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  6. This interior topic always interests me, thanks for sharing such a beautiful post.

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  7. I should renovate my house. I feel inspired to do so after reading your post.

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  8. Wow this is so nice. And posh ng interior. Sorry may I know saan to? Love the simplicity yet elegant design.

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  9. My mom is an interior designer and i grew up having someone to explain to me each and every style and how your house should look as fashionable as the clothes you wear each and every season! And of course, each designers put up their passion and hearts to their chosen style so you can expect it to have their bery own touch! Love how this looks fancy, classy and cozy!

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    1. It was good learning from the pro! You are right, interior designing is like fashion designing.

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  10. enjoyed my read & learnt a lot from this luxury room designs sharing. Thanks for sharing this! very nice captures. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  11. My preference in room designs has to be comfort and convenience - including convenience in cleaning, hihi. These are all beautiful rooms and I'd be so blessed if I can afford any of them, but if I can, I would most likely avoid the one with the uneven wooden walls and the one with a lot of glass architecture.

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    1. I agree they are all stunning! IRL, I would be happy just to have a luxurious bed and bathroom.

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  12. Our home d├ęcor is a combination of lifestyle aspirations and a healthy dose of things we've learned, cultural appreciation, and homey feels. I enjoyed reading about the various designs

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  13. this looks really beautiful!!! I bet it was awesome to see in person

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  14. I personally prefer sleek designs and lots of geometric shapes. I like bold colors instead of neutrals, but I understand the appeal. I definitely got a lot of ideas from this

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  15. Wow, this is awesome. I love this opulent room designs.

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  16. wow! love the interiors. perfect and elegant.

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  17. Love reading your posts more so the comments underneath.. Is really a good freshener after a hard day.. :)

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  18. Absolutely stunning!!! Love this so much.

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  19. That bar area took my breath away. Love the lighting

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  20. Some of these are very interesting designs! I especially liked the bar decor.
    *Samantha

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  21. Just wow! Interior designing always fascinates me. Every design in this post is fab.

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