With each space imbued with its own personality, this inter-terrace house at Lorong Marican is a lively space for a young family.
15 July 2013
The new owners of this house were determined to overhaul it. After all, with a total floor area of 3,100sqft, reworking the interior would personalise the home to its new owners’ style. With the help of Weiken.com designers, the inter-terrace house now has a new concept that is more relevant and representative of their lifestyle.
The biggest challenge for this project was the short period of time the designers had to complete it. The interior designers reveal that a project of this size typically takes at least two months to be completed, but the Weiken.com team managed to complete it within a single month.
The contemporary style of this inter-terrace landed property actually comprises of several different looks, each coming together to give the home its unique flavour. Each space sports unique elements for a truly outstanding look. For instance, the living area is infused with classical features against a backdrop of streamlined furnishing. Conversely, the dining area has been stripped of extraneous details and then complemented by cove lighting and a tinted mirror. The wet kitchen meanwhile is a practical space, done up in an all-white theme.
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