Home Guide chose to design an interior space that highlighted the openness of the apartment, and kept the concept clean and deceptively simple. The rooms are all decorated with restraint, with a few key furniture and neutral tones throughout. All unnecessary clutter was hidden away in built in cabinetry and a pops of colour and pattern was added in each room as a focal point.
By day, the living room allows natural light to filter in through the large bay window, lighting up the space beautifully. The area at the bay window then doubles as an informal spot to sit back and relax amongst the comfy cushions. By night, the room becomes a warm gathering space, with recessed lighting creating a cozy glow. The focal TV wall hides concealed cabinetry, and softens the space with its natural golden timber finish.
The low dining table sets an informal tone in the dining room. The rich and vibrant fabrics used on the chairs add a touch of colour and personality to the space. A pass was created for the kitchen, providing a practical serving point and allowing the host to prepare dinner while maintaining a conversation to guests at the table.
This intimate balcony garden is a space to leave the stresses of the world behind. A nest chair invites you to sit back, have a drink or read a book and relax. In most condominium interior designs it is always important to create an oasis of calm in the home and a balcony or roof terrace is the perfect place to do so.
A beautiful timber desk runs the length of the study, with Eames chairs and pops of colour on the sofa adding to the aesthetics. Home offices are becoming more popular in Singapore interior design, often replacing a bedroom, as in this space. They provide an opportunity to escape distraction while allowing for work in the comfort of your own home.
The stunning use of natural materials turns the main bedroom into a calm oasis. A linen, deep-buttoned headboard and timber feature wall add simple yet luxurious elements to the space which is completed by the deep seat area at the bay window.
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…