A simple yet chic design transforms this space into a cosy and practical bachelor pad
6 June 2017
Home Type: 2-bedroom condominium
Floor Area: 640 sqft
For the bachelor living in this two-bedroom condo unit, there was no need for decorative details. His brief to his designer from Rhiss Interior was to keep the home neat and chic. He didn’t require a lot of storage but wanted to maximise the 3.2m-high ceiling.
To create a more spacious layout, the walls that encapsulate one of the bedrooms were taken down and replaced with clear glass. This makes the living and dining room appear much larger than it actually is. Even the door leading to this glass-walled study has been replaced with one made of glass. Built-in carpentry keeps this home looking neat and tidy, with shelves and cabinets built into the walls and around the TV.
The newly proportioned study room now looks into the living room, thanks to the clear glass walls. These transparent walls give the illusion of more space while helping to demarcate the different spaces.
In the master bedroom, chic pendant lights with long cords accentuate the height of the ceiling. The design team from Rhiss Interior equipped the lamps with special bulbs that can be controlled via the homeowner’s mobile phone. The rest of the room maintains a clean and uncluttered look with the use of smooth surfaces.
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