A dual-key executive condominium unit in Woodlands is given a modern, futuristic look, with geometric design features and neutral tones.
27 July 2017
Home Type: Dual-key executive apartment
Floor Area: 1,399sqft
Text by Lookbox Living
The design team from I.D.I.D imbued an atmosphere of modernity and comfort into this dual-key executive apartment. The interiors, swathed in white, have also been subtly infused with beige and taupe shades that enhance the home’s design features.
A sense of modern grandeur is encouraged, with the striking geometric TV feature wall that has a futuristic look. Designed with a glossy white laminate and recessed lighting that highlights its form, the wall panel covers the entire stretch of wall spanning the living and dining areas – tying the two spaces together.
A combination of open shelving and closed cabinets in a customised full-height unit provides ample storage space for this home. It has a simple, but eye-catching design, thanks to its asymmetrical profile – adding interest to an otherwise plain corner of the living area.
In the master bedroom, a dark neutral palette is applied for a calming atmosphere. A bicolour cushioned bed headboard, hexagonal display shelf above the desk, and wall-mounted TV panel with a checkerboard design play up the geometric theme, in keeping with the contemporary look of the apartment.
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