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Personalise the Scandinavian style for your home

Love the Scandinavian aesthetic for its clean lines, bright interiors and warm woody textures? Include personal touches to make the look uniquely yours.

Home Type: 4-room HDB

Floor Area: 960 sqft


Text by Jasmine Goh

You may want the Scandinavian style for your new home but that doesn’t mean that your home needs to look just like another Scandi home. Play up the clean lines, bright interiors and warm woody textures, but also include your personal style and touches to the overall design, just like what the owners of this 4-room flat did. With the help of Space Vision Design, the homeowners not only got the look they wanted, but also customised it to make it unique and personal.

The design scheme kicks off with an all-white colour palette. To add texture and break the monotony, the designer included a brick wall in the living room to serve as the TV feature wall. An empty stretch of white wall provides the perfect canvas for the homeowners to put up their favourite pictures and prints, building a home brimming with their personality.

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The Scandinavian theme is undeniably on point in the light-filled dining area. White walls are paired with light wooden furniture, while a pendant lamp in a geometric shape anchors this dining spot in the open-concept layout. The adjoining kitchen is also decked out in the same palette of white and light wood grains.

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Two bedrooms were merged to form one large master bedroom and a walk-in wardrobe. The all-white aesthetic is also applied here, with the bed frame and nightstands all in a shade of white. Laminate flooring in an wood grain pattern brings a sense of warmth. A mirrored sliding door leads the way into the walk-in wardrobe and bathroom. Clear glass panels keep the clothing visually accessible while preventing moisture and dust from building up within the wardrobe.

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