Wood accents and distinctive design features lend style and character to this bachelor pad — a three-bedroom condo in Serangoon. The renovation, done by Joey Khu of Joey Khu Interior Design, cost $40,000, excluding furnishings.
Tinted mirrors are mounted onto the cabinetry surface for a sleek look, and to provide the illusion of a bigger dining space.
The owner of this three-bedroom condominium unit approached design principal Ashley Ng of Soho Interiors + Arc with his brief — to give the flat a hotel-like feel by fusing resort elements with sleek, modern touches. The designer managed to fulfil the brief using a renovation budget of $45,000 (excluding furniture).
A wall in the master bedroom is done up with mirrors to give the illusion of space. A long rectangular bay next to the window ledge overlooks the greenery and resort-style pools outside, when the blinds are up.
Designed by Project File, a polished grey paette and chic accessories give this three-bedroom condo maisonette a showroom-flair. A cool grey was chosen for the backdrop while a mixture of dark and light wood laminates used throughout complements the look.
The dead space beside the stairway was given functionality by adding a full-length bookshelf backed with a mirrored panel to add depth. Instead of sporting the usual straight lines, the bookshelf is intentionally designed with irregular elements to create an interesting focal point.