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Welcome the year of 2020 with fresh ideas for home decorations. 

A new year marks a new beginning. It's the best time to begin the challenge, to embrace change, to improve, and to start anew, not only with your inner-self but also with every aspect of life, including your living space.

In this issue, we have a few home decoration trends for 2020 to show you what modern dwellings is like. Some might suit or inspire you to create beautiful space for you and your family.

  • Prismatic Space
    Life can be mundane and stressful, so injecting some colours into your home is a pragmatic way to create positive energy and build up inspiration. If you're new to colours, try dropping a few shades by adding some colourful cushions or small decorative items in your living space. Warm natural tones like lilac, moss green or mustard go well with neutral interiors. If you're the adventurous type, burst life into your space with statement colours like terracotta, dark brown or deep grey to bring to your home a new perspective.

  • Texture x Texture
    Say goodbye to muted minimalism - 2020 is the time when maximalism is making its moment. From chunky ‘70s-style furniture to multiple rich textures and layered prints after prints, these playful wonders will be the "en vogue" in the interior design scene this year. Decoration tips? Group things by shade, then layer multiple contrasting textures or prints altogether. For example, match a faux fur throw with a sleek tempered glass coffee table and a smooth leather sofa, or put posh velvet armchairs on a rustic kilim rug.

  • Green is the New Black
    With an increasing number of urban dwellers yearning for contact with nature, Green is the hottest of hues in every creative industry, from fashion to home decoration. Not only have indoor plants played a significant role in modern dwelling, shades of green have also expanded into interior design elements such as wall paint, tiles, interior fabrics, furniture, small decorative items, and outdoor furniture.
Source: www.vogueliving.com.au, www.homestolove.com.au, www.domain.com.au, www.tidbitsandtwine.com
Photos Credit :
Prismatic Space | Photo: Suleiman Merchant, Style: Samir Wadekar
Texture x Texture | Photo: Lisa Cohen, Styling: Bree Leech
Green is the New Black | Photo: Lisa Cohen, Styling: Bree Leech
Construction Update
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Construction Progress as of End of January 2020: 96.19%

Structural Work: 100% Overall Completion.

Architectural & Interior Work: 99.08% Overall Completion.

MEP Work: 98.44% Overall Completion.

Facade Work: 99.67% Overall Completion.

Lift Work: 99.88% Overall Completion.

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Construction Update as of End of January 2020

Sub-structural Work: 62.81% Overall Completion.

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