This 4-room HDB flat takes the ever-popular industrial design concept and turns it on its head with a nostalgia-driven “industrial kampong” vibe
24 December 2015
Home Type: 4-room HDB
Floor Area: 968 sqft
We love it when a home takes bold risks and the owners decide to do something different. In this 4-room HDB flat, the newlywed owners take a familiar interior design style and alters it to make it their own. The result? A nostalgia-driven “industrial kampong” home that exudes warmth and familiarity. Design firm Linear Space Concepts took the homeowners’ love for all things vintage and came up with a detailed design plan that embellishes the rustic industrialism of raw materials with ethnic influences and vintage-inspired accessories.
The homeowners’ bold decision in colours and materials is one of the main reasons why the home feels so relaxed and laidback. The rough-hewn red brick walls are reminiscent of old buildings; the rustic wood grain textures are a throwback to the kampong days; the batik-influenced wall tiles are a nod to the newlywed’s Malay heritage.
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