Through the clever use of strong linear elements and gloss surfaces that reflect light, the room space visually expands with volume and distance. Softness is added by the inclusion of textured rugs and sheer curtains, ensuring the space retains a homely feel.
Pops of red from the cushion jump out against the black and white furnishings in the living area. A black stripe in the flooring, mirrored in the bulkhead above pulls the eye into the distance, creating a sense of space.
A mirrored wall in the dining room doubles the space and intensifies the effect of the Hibiscus flower wall graphics. The addition of Panton chairs brings about an element of chic to the room.
An inviting entertainment area is created with a platform to define the space. It allows for easy floor seating and hosting of large and small groups. The built-in cabinet provides plenty of storage, helping to keep the exposed surfaces clear and fuss free. The white backdrop adds flexibility that allows for a design update at any time.
The simple lines and high gloss cabinetry create a powerful yet simple kitchen design, perfect for the efficient cook to whip up a meal with little fuss.
The master bedroom strays from the monochrome palette slightly, with the addition of a warm, mushroom wall colour. This softness provides a calm space to relax and unwind, with organic floral decals and bed linen creating a private forest. A nook in the back wall is cleverly converted into an office space, another example of the efficiency found in a home interior design in Singapore.
As a three-bedroom condominium at the Lincoln in Surrey Road, this apartment had potential, but it was dark with awkward spaces and had no personality. The semi-retired owners wanted the space transformed to suit their needs and style, so…