The team from Joey Khu ID opted for a modernist style that allows this condominium apartment to look like it belongs in the most fashionable Danish homes.
14 March 2017
Home Type: 4-bedroom condominium
Floor Area: 1,900 sqft
A spacious and airy ambience permeates this home, thanks to the open-plan design that places the living room, dining room and dry kitchen on the same plane. The palette of whites and greys also plays an important role in carving out this apartment’s identity, bringing a modern Scandinavian slant to the interior design.
The shared living and dining space enjoys a deluge of natural light streaming in from the balcony and the designers wanted to capitalise on this. Neutral, earthy colours were used to complement the bright space, creating a lively yet elegant space. A plush modular sofa adds a touch of sumptuousness while the round coffee table completes the look.
The wall next to the dining room features a louvred design that adds a masculine and graphical touch to this space. Besides introducing texture, this panel actually swings open to reveal storage space for the homeowners to hide away their clutter.
The bedroom is a space that the designers took care to make sure that the homeowners would feel relaxed upon stepping in. This was achieved through a well appointed mix of colours and customised cabinetry. It’s a calculated look that’s topped off by an alluring piece of art, specially chosen by the designer.
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