I always thought that post-95 generation would have preferred a fresher style of home decor. Last week, I changed my mind after seeing wedding room of a 95-year-old couple. Just like a wedding, you can feel luxurious atmosphere in living room. Local tyrant fan, class is directly proportional to money, he deserves to spend 50W on decoration!
This is living room. Whether it's ceiling, background wall, or floor, they've spent a lot of money on renovations and decorations, and effect doesn't disappoint. It's really very luxurious.
The floor is made of mosaic tiles, European-style special-shaped double-layer suspended ceiling and alloy sliding door between balcony, and glass is covered with European-style gold patterns.
The living room and dining room are interconnected, and sofa is not placed against wall so that communication between family members is closer.
There are luxurious window mirrors in aisles, and form, embellished with plaster lines on walls, instantly enhances style significantly.
Close up mirror on wall, said to have been chosen by a feng shui master found by parents.
The master bedroom is as luxurious as living room. A false ceiling is probably a large, specially shaped ceiling that many people don't try on in a living room. All European style tiger pattern wallpaper matches color of curtains quite well.
Wall and floor tiles in kitchen are made of light brick with a stone texture. Not to mention, imported marble countertops look very stylish.
At first glance, bathroom looks like a local tyrant in living room. The background wall tile finish, patterned texture of sink on countertop, etc. are all great. I really did not expect that young people born in 1995 would also like this purely European style of rich gold home decoration. What do you or your 95-born friends think? Do you like it too?