With a medley of smart planning and grand upgrades, Weiken.com Interior Design puts the kitchen as the new hub of this home in the heartlands.
21 May 2012
Often, fears of cost or complexity can ruin a homeowner’s appetite for sprucing up the home in an unconventional way. But the design team of this four-room HDB flat in Choa Chu Kang proves that it is anything but frightening.
Where the living area is often the centre of attention, shifting design focus to the kitchen may be atypical in Singapore. The ends results however, offers a refreshing take to the design of an HDB home.
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