Singapore interior design often requires a clever use of space by doubling up functions in dedicated zones, to ensure a maximisation of square meterage. Home guide managed to do just that and created a multifunctional and efficient home for the owners of this apartment, providing ample storage and an element of fun.
A stark white palette was used to create a clean canvas against which accent pop of colour stands out with the sunshine yellow wall and bright teal sofa. Additional storage areas were created under the stairs and in the bedroom as a bed platform. Finally, an entire room was added to the space in the form of a loft study, filling part of the double volume and providing additional storage space. The dining and living rooms are compact yet functional and the whole home feels vibrant and bright.
The TV console acts as a partition between living and dining room, with bright colours creating a vibrant energy in the space. An L-shaped sofa was used to provide comfortable seating for a lazy Sunday, or exciting football match.
The loft study area is a clean and functional work space, that can double up as a relaxing reading corner. The custom designed storage wall unit includes display cases and closed storage to keep the space neat and tidy.
The dining area is nestled behind the TV unit with a full mirror that visually enlarges the space and the lemon yellow wall ensures the space is kept light and fresh. An under-stair storage space is created and effectively concealed with a printed laminate on the door. Both of which are perfect examples of how efficient space planning can value add to the apartment interior design.
The overall style of the home was carried through into the bedroom, where a fresh green wall creates an oasis of peace and rest. The entire platform area where the bed sits on is in fact an additional storage space that enables the owner to fully maximize the room space and minimize clutter.
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…