Northwest Interior Design took a contemporary approach to the design of this home at Jurong East Street 13
13 March 2015
Home Type: HDB
Northwest Interior Design took a contemporary approach to the design of this home at Jurong East Street 13. Major renovations took place, and the interior designers were not afraid to completely redefine the space. Walls were torn down and the flow of the room was reconfigured, making each space feel bigger and much more efficient.
When it comes to colours, the homeowners wanted a contemporary look that can withstand the test of time. But instead of a plain, all-white interior, the designers wanted to introduce a sense of warmth to the space. Throughout the home, you can see beautiful flourishes of earthy colours, all of which visually break up the monotony of white walls and floors. This includes the striped wallpaper in the dining room, the wood laminates on the kitchen cabinets, and a beautiful marble-like wall in the showerstall in the bathroom.
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