A couple’s dream of laid-back, resort-style living is beautifully realised in this HDB flat, and on a tight budget too.
Situated at the edge of an HDB estate facing lush greenery, The Heartland Cave is a minimalist tropical sanctuary for a couple and their dog.
This three-bedroom apartment plays on the elements of concrete, stone, wood and stainless steel to achieve an intimate hideaway for one.
Even though the owners appreciated a raw and industrial look, they did not want something typical and worked with MET Interior to create a style they could call their own.
Concrete, plywood and raw textures bring the unhurried charm of island life into this flat in Holland Avenue.
The design team from three-d conceptwerke used unconventional housing materials such as concrete ventilation bricks and neon signage to adhere to the ‘modern industrial and steampunk man cave’ aesthetics.
The melange of wood, metal and concrete elements creates a cosy, industrial den that is replete with many creature comforts.
Let’s give tile backsplash a rest and seek out other equally, if not better kitchen backsplash options.
Mother Nature is the world’s best designer – a truth which local Indonesian architect Tamara Wibowo embraced in her latest residential gem in the city of Semarang.
Creating a look that is both raw and refined is no easy feat and Design Zage has done it beautifully in this home.
In this home, an unused attic space was gutted, refitted and transformed into a sprawling man cave and entertainment space, resulting in a statement-making loft apartment.
This old walk-up apartment was turned into a loft-inspired social home that still retains its heritage and cultural charm.