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Sleek Scandinavia in Singapore

When this home interior design was being created for this Condominium in Bedok, Singapore, the core aim was to bring out a space that emulated the Scandinavian’s simple yet elegant interior design styles. Each room is designed with functionality and aesthetic in mind. Rather than over fill the rooms, elements were pared down to the minimum to ensure a strong and consistent Scandinavian design style is well communicated.

Home guide chose a beautiful light wood to be used for its living room, setting the tone for this Scandinavian inspired family home. White wall paint was chosen for majority of walls, with certain areas picked out in darker shades to create depth and interest. Custom storage units were created to ensure a clean and clutter free space like that of Scandinavian styled homes.

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The corridor from the dry kitchen leading to the rooms is painted in a darker shade to differentiate the two spaces. The dry kitchen area is created to enable natural light to enter, illuminating the space to a relaxing spot to enjoy breakfast or a quick bite. Low hanging copper pendant lights complements beautifully with the warm brown cabinets, creating an intimate atmosphere for gatherings that is warm and cozy.

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The interior design of the wet kitchen boasts the marriage of functionality and aesthetics. The all white-theme with clean and simple lines is jazzed up by white metro tiles providing an interesting texture to the space. The contrasting wood counter top completes the Scandinavian design, adding warmth and personality to the sleek space. These elements combine to create a perfectly balanced and neat kitchen.

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The pop of colour from the red sofa takes center stage in the living room with an almost Zen-like simplicity. By storing all electronics and other items in the seamless wood laminated cabinets, clutter is eradicated and the clean aesthetic sings throughout the space.

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The Scandinavian interior design style of white palettes and wood elements are continued in the bathrooms. The sleek custom-made cabinetry are accompanied by a focal wall with Spanish Flore Gris tiles to brighten up the bathroom and visually delineates the shower area.

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The balcony sits in the front of the house, an unusual and unique arrangement in Singapore home interior design. Synthetic turf provides a pop of fresh colour and the perfect solution to a low maintenance children’s play area. A custom laser-cut screen was added to create a graphic backdrop and providing the necessary privacy yet allowing natural light to shine through.

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