Many homeowners are looking for a home that has a bit more texture and personality, and a brick wall brings those properties to the table, without taking up any valuable floor space
26 January 2016
Home Type: 3-bedroom condominium
Floor Area: 1,500 sqft
It’s easy to see why brick walls are a popular interior design trend in Singapore. Many homeowners are looking for a home that has a bit more texture and personality, and a brick wall brings those properties to the table, without taking up any valuable floor space. Interior design firm D’ Initial Concept understands that brick walls are also great at creating warm and homely atmospheres, but they also know that homeowners can quickly get tired of it after some time. In this 3-room condominium, the designers managed to escape this pitfall by delivering a fresh spin to the Industrial look. For example, the kitchen features a half-length brick wall and a glass enclosure, presenting the perfect balance of lightness and heft. The main living area features full-height brick walls that set a cohesive tone and a strong identity.
D’ Initial Concept designers know that the Industrial look can be a bit overpowering, so they added some eclectic elements to the interior design. The best example is in the master bedroom, where a soothing colour palette of teal and creamy grey come together.
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