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Young Lim spot­lights trends and styles for your mat­ri­mo­nial home

New­ly­weds may worry about hav­ing to share the bed, but the Royal bed from Dutch bed­maker Aup­ing en­sures that even light sleep­ers can en­joy undis­turbed sleep. Over 10,000 pres­sure points com­bine to of­fer am­ple sup­port to the body’s lum­bar re­gion, while qual­ity ma­te­ri­als help to pro­vide ven­ti­la­tion so that the bed re­mains com­fort­able through­out the night. The mod­u­lar con­struc­tion means dis­cern­ing home­own­ers can cus­tomise the de­sign of their beds to suit the look of their bed­room, from choos­ing the colours and fin­ishes to adding ac­ces­sories, such as read­ing lamps to their beds. Avail­able at Luxury Mat­tress Col­lec­tion.


Bang & Olufsen’s The Love Af­fair Col­lec­tion of head­phones, re­mote, tele­vi­sion set and speak­ers are both high-tech and sleek. De­signed to com­ple­ment the BeoVi­sion 11-46 too.


Whether as a cen­ter­piece on its own or as a clas­sic vase for your flo­ral ar­range­ments, the time­less bee­hive in­spired Rayons case from Lalique is a stun­ner.


The com­fort­ing folds and plush seat­ing of Poltrona Frau’s 1919 Arm­chair comes in over 90 colours so it can be cus­tomised for any room in your new home.


El­e­gant can­dle­light din­ners at home are taken up a notch with can­de­labra in con­tem­po­rary or clas­sic de­signs from French sil­ver spe­cial­ist Christofle.

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