Northwest Interior Design didn’t want to be restricted by the rigid layout of an HDB flat
16 March 2015
Home Type: HDB
When renovating this home, Northwest Interior Design didn’t want to be restricted by the rigid layout of an HDB flat. In fact, the designers firmly believe that just because you live in an HDB home, doesn’t mean that you cannot live it large with bright and airy open spaces. Here, the design team took full advantage of the long rows of windows and reconfigured the home based on its position.
By stripping away the walls, the home is now a light-filled abode that feels fresh and lively. To give the home its unique personality (and keep it from feeling trite and boring), the designers used wallpaper throughout the rooms. This ranges from the black Victorian-inspired paper in the living room to the 3D patterns in the girls’ bedroom.
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