At a time when Singapore interior design is all about loud designs and heavy textures, it’s refreshing to see a home that is designed to be “conservatively chic”
9 June 2015
Home Type: 5-room HDB
Floor Area: 1,500 sqft
At a time when Singapore interior design is all about loud designs and heavy textures, it’s refreshing to see a home that is designed to be “conservatively chic”. In this HDB 5-room resale flat, design firm Nativ9 Design opted for clean, light and soothing interiors, where colours are kept to a minimum. The emphasis is on neutral hues, minimalist forms and streamlined designs.
Nativ9 Design took reference from the school of minimalism when designing the common rooms in this flat. The living room for example, boasts a pristine interior unmarked by heavy feature walls or bulky furniture. It’s a clean and straightforward design that leaves the room feeling open and expansive, attributes you would find in an HDB home.
The clean minimalism of the home extends into the kitchen, where a straightforward black-and-white colour scheme takes centre stage. In keeping with Nativ9 Design’s commitment to eco-friendly solutions, an eSpring water purifier is an important addition to the holistic wellness of the home.
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