With artful strokes that bring in light and open up space, this old Tiong Bahru walk-up apartment is now someone’s dream home.
Through clever spatial interventions by SSplusD, this maisonette gets two additional rooms so a multi-generational household can live together comfortably.
Having worked with MET Interior’s Melvin Tan for their first home, the family of three returned to him to design their second home. What they got was a clean, modern home with plenty of concealed storage.
In this home, the designers used textured finishes in neutral tones to contribute to the interior’s quiet sophistication, and light-enhancing surfaces (such as tinted mirrors) to bring more lustre
Everything looks better with a touch of colour and this couldn’t be truer for this DBSS flat where D’ Initial Concept linked colourful palettes with a simple Scandinavian-styled backdrop
D’ Initial Concept revamps a bungalow and gives its a fresh, new lease of life