See how this flat designed by three-d conceptwerke boldly embraces the dark and masculine look, giving the homeowners a cosy and welcoming space to come home to.
25 September 2017
Home Type: HDB BTO Flat
Floor Area: 860 sqft
Text by Lookbox Living
This flat makes a statement right at the door, where the main gate’s been fashioned after the design of window grilles from the ‘70s, and blue and white patterned tiles lead the way in.
The room divider situated at the entrance of the flat not only provides the homeowners with privacy but also functions as a display and storage space. By adding a tabletop to it, the designers from three-d conceptwerke have also managed to carve out a workstation for the couple.
While the kitchen is decked in a subdued, neutral palette, the owners have jazzed up the space with a Smeg refrigerator in a bright shade of orange that adds a refreshing twist to the flat’s overall dark and masculine vibe.
Two rooms have been combined to create this spacious bedroom that accommodates a large wardrobe, and a quaint dressing and sitting area complete with a repurposed barber’s chair. With an enlarged floor space, the original entrance has been closed up, affording the room with a high degree of privacy. To enter this room, you walk through the passageway and turn left to enter the main area.
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