House Tour: Fuss-free design and seamless spaces in this Upper Thomson terrace
When aesthetic doctor Gabriel Wong first viewed the two-and-a-half storey terrace house that is now his home, the interiors were dark with pillars in odd places. So when he tasked designer Roystern Goh of 0932 Consultants to redesign the house, the top priorities were to make it look more spacious and brighter.
After Roystern got rid of the unnecessary pillars in the first floor, the living, dining areas and dry kitchen now flow seamlessly.
Photos by Yen Meng Jiin.
There is an island counter with an adjoining dining table, and loose furniture in the living room is kept to a minimum so as not to clutter up the space. A long built-in bench runs along the length of the living room, and provides enough seating for when Dr Wong has friends over.
Roystern added more windows to the original three in Gabriel’s bedroom on the second floor. A light wood palette has been used in the bedroom to give it an airy feel.
The ensuite bathroom doubles as a walk-in wardrobe.
Keeping the facade simple with full height windows and a black and white palette. Plants providing a contrast of colours to the black walls.
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