So you've said goodbye to your folks and gone solo by having your own crib. Good on you for being self-sufficient. Chances are your property is a modest-sized flat that requires no effort in furnishing. While small, this doesn't allow you to be haphazard in picking random wares for your home. Instead, start from household essentials like a sofa and subsequently fill up the rooms while selecting styles to reflect your aesthetic.
Commune, a Singapore-based furniture design and lifestyle company, has conceived a collection in response to these needs of modern homeowners. Named Volta, the range updates classic pieces with a contemporary edge by fusing rustic walnut wood and elegant leather elements for an intentional garage-chic look. Also, this unorthodox combination can be a conversational starter with its unique contrast of materials.
Design director Julian Koh wanted to use radicalism and rebellion in both a strong yet subtle way. What's more suitable than this combo of strong supple black leather, hardy walnut wood, steel, and brass? Consists of a dining table, side chairs, TV unit and more, Volta is a standout collection with a definitive statement.
Below we've assembled some ideas that'll best spotlight Commune's Volta collection.
Space to be a good host
To make sure you've room to have guests over, choose the suitably-sized Volta round coffee-table as its study three-legged configuration allows easy movement.
Always have your prized spirits within close vicinity and stored in this stylish Volta sideboard.
Think outside the box
Different elements and textures can energize a space, as shown with the Volta TV unit.
Commune's Volta collection is now available in their three retail stores including their flagship outlet at 9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-52.