The homeowners of this three-bedroom flat in Bukit Timah opted for a muted palette and timeless pieces. The couple chose a sofa the colour of mocha and a shaggy rug in coffee-brown. For continuity in the colour scheme, tea-tinted mirrors frame the TV.
Former actress and model Lum May Yee likes her living space to be bright and airy. The walls in her three-room condominium in Bukit Timah are mostly in white, and she had the false ceiling taken out to allow for more light. The couple declare that they are fans of local furniture designer Nathan Yong’s work, and have bought pieces such as their living room sofa and TV console set from his eponymous label and Grafunkt, his other store.
This four-bedroom condominium apartment in Upper Bukit Timah is home to a couple and their three kids. Furnished in "a modern London style", the home has coffee tones, dark wood and classic furniture lines.
Penthouses have a lot to live up to, being synonymous with luxury and glamour. This unit on the 24th floor of a condominium block, located at Upper Bukit Timah, fulfils the expectations with knockout vistas of greenery, sleek interiors and enviable outdoor living space.
Owner and designer Annie Tan of interior and architecture consulting firm The Interarch Design transformed the tired, cluttered space of her 1,500sqf three-bedroom apartment in Upper Bukit Timah into the easy-breezy home it is now.
French expatriate Kevin Troyano Cuturi found his ideal apartment in Bukit Timah. An added plus is that the three-bedroom apartment overlooks greenery. "Being in tropical Singapore, of course, it only made sense to live near the greens," he notes. The apartment's expansive walls allowed for Kevin to showcase his art, and he has left no wall uncovered.
Home to a couple in their 50s, this four-bedroom condominium apartment in Bukit Timah takes on an eclectic modern-classic style.
The open-concept living and dining areas were designed to flow into each other. The grid pattern on the brown and beige rug echoes the green and brown painting on the sideboard, while a bright yellow screen featuring a flora and fauna print livens up the space.