Some styles and colour combinations will never go out of fashion. Nautical themes embody the vastness and colourful richness of the ocean, the freedom that comes from open spaces. The theme was an ideal match to the needs of this Woodlands Rise 4-room HDB apartment owners. Through comprehensive conceptualisation, planning, 3D rendering and management of the project from start to finish, our home interior design team brought the beautiful white and blue vision to reality.
Coming into the apartment, a visitor will be welcomed by the dining area and the foyer. Executed in turquoise and light grey, the entrance opens up the living space immediately and sets the tone for the entire theme. One of the most distinctive characteristics in this part of the flat is the hidden door behind the grey panel. The open shelf serves as a door handle, removing unnecessary elements and giving the entryway clean and minimalist appeal.
To make the most of the available space, we opted for a small and highly functional dining area adjacent to the kitchen. While it’s situated in the open area next to the flat’s entrance, the dining area is somewhat secluded and made more comfortable through the use of a kitchen island and a separator. A clean, lean white sofa, two wooden chairs and a tall table crafted out of natural wood complete the casual feel of the space.
Parallel placement of the countertops makes the most of the available space while still giving the small kitchen functional appeal. A marble-inspired backsplash carries the natural materials theme while a couple of the cabinets brag natural wood finishes for a bit of warmth and the creation of visual contrast. Polished surfaces are also utilised to create a bit of textural diversity and create an aesthetic focal point within the kitchen space.
To optimise the flow of space, we’ve used glass doors and glass partitions that do not turn the kitchen into a secluded space. Visibility and proper space utilisation are maintained throughout the flat, no room feels claustrophobic or miniscule.
The kitchen glass partitions also serve a practical purpose. Food scents, smoke and fumes cannot escape into the apartment. As a result, the peaceful and relaxing ambiance will be maintained even when delicious meals are being prepared.
We opted for an atypical living room arrangement to make the room feel cosier and secluded from the rest of the apartment (a bit of privacy in spite of the open space concept). Grey, blue and white are the colours that once again dominate the décor. For a bit of playfulness, we added a couple of pillows featuring bright geometric shapes, as well as a few well-chosen pieces of artwork. The dome-like wall opening is also worth mentioning. Reminiscent of Greek architecture and coloured in turquoise, this visual element can quickly transport you to some of the world’s most beautiful Mediterranean resorts.
To promote relaxation, the master bedroom is stripped from all unnecessary elements and decorations. The big, comfortable bed is the central fixture in the room. The residents also enjoy sleek, streamlined and unobtrusive storage solutions within the master bedroom.
Attached to the master bedroom, the bathroom was executed in a very simple way. Comfort and ease of maintenance were the two main goals pursued through the selection of the design. Mirrored surfaces, tiles and light colours create the illusion of more space and also bring the nautical theme into this personal sanctuary.
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