For the homeowners of the four-room BTO unit, they realised they like some modern, some retro and some industrial touches, as they were renovating.
For this couple, both 27, they love cafes so much that they designed their four-room HDB flat in Punggol to look like one.
The living and dining areas are kept open to make the home look spacious and bright here.
The interior designer designed a full-height wardrobe next to the platform bed so the couple have sufficient storage space.
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For their new home, these homeowners wanted the grungy-chic look of an industrial warehouse-turned-loft apartment.
“When I first saw the flat, it was very clear that I had to remove the wall between the kitchen and the dining area for a larger space,” says the designer of this four-room BTO home.
Vintage furniture and solid teakwood sideboards, as well as a large collection of objects, imbue this home with charm.
The homeowners bought this 1930s Burmese teak wood U-leg sideboard from a vintage dealer in Kallang, and had it restored. The tricycle was bought in Bali five years ago – the first vintage item the couple got together.
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Colourful walls in violet and yellow, and cat-themed decals make for a whimsical backdrop in this cat sanctuary.
This home’s design is inspired by colonial black and white houses, with added Peranakan-style touches, and decorated with vintage-look furniture.
Though it may sound like a clash of design elements, raw wood textures and bricks coupled with prints and patterns give this four-room HDB flat a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Clad in shades of white and brown, this airy four-room flat is furnished with art pieces made by the homeowners — a great way to inject personality into their home, a four-room BTO flat in Punggol.