House tour: Raw and modern in this 4-room BTO HDB apartment unit

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 by M3 Studio a warm and cosy atmosphere. Taking design inspiration from the basic natural and raw elements, this unique apartment exudes eclectic style.

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A grey and white colour palette used in the living spaces creates a simple yet welcoming space. M3 Studio added texture and colours with patterned carpets, art pieces as well as decorative items such as wall signs, and plants to decorate the home.

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A wooden crate-inspired partition in the bedroom adds to the quirkiness of the interior.

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The wood-lookalike flooring is also used in the bathroom and contrasts with the brick wall. Taking inspiration from industrial design, a single hanging light bulb illuminates the space, complementing the exposed brick wall.

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The use of patterns and prints extend to the kitchen with its bohemian-inspired tiles. They add colour to the light wood kitchen countertop. 

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