This Zen-inspired BTO flat transports its owners to the more tranquil parts of Japan
27 August 2014
Home Type: 4-room HDB
Floor Area: 1,000 sqft
This Zen-inspired BTO flat transports its owners to the more tranquil parts of Japan. After heavy renovations on the 1,000-sqft HDB, interior design firm Dots ‘N’ Tots transformed this home into a cosy interior that is loosely inspired by the Zen lifestyle. The first thing you notice is that the bedroom and living hall have been combined into an expansive space reminiscent of a studio apartment. The bed has been pulled out into the living quarters and the two distinct areas exist together harmoniously. In keeping with the Japanese theme of the home, wallpaper with bamboo prints line the length of the wall.
Other rooms in this Zen-themed home are just as neat an orderly. This includes the dining room, which sits in a separate space away from the living/bedroom. A relaxing combination of pristine white and blonde wood further encourage a peaceful, tranquil state in this home.
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