Interior design ideas from chic Keppel Bay apartments
The Keppel Bay neighbourhood is a microcosm of larger trends in urban living. Architects, developers, and designers are integrating the amenities of urban life with nature; this appeals to modern families seeking a strong work-life balance. Such is the case with Reflections at Keppel Bay, which is a short commute to the Central Business District (CBD) — without the congestion of the downtown area! — as well as Keppel Island and Labrador Nature Reserve. And the units at Corals at Keppel Bay, for instance, are even equipped with smart home systems. The owners of these units have great taste, too. Let’s take a look at these Keppel Bay homes.
Clad in a dark wood finish, two full-height shelves separate three living spaces: the living room, dining room, and bedrooms. The open shelves are filled with knick-knacks that introduce not only strong colours like red and orange, but also interesting shapes and finishes to the otherwise linear space.
The $130,000 renovation cost went mostly to the extensive carpentry work to achieve a contemporary look, storage space and converting one common room into a dining area. Also, with the apartment situated near Sentosa, homeowners Dan and John get to enjoy their cycles and jogs along the bay.
This study room is complete with lots of open shelving for the homeowners' extensive book collection. Space is also catered for a work desk, which sits next to the window so the homeowners can enjoy natural light as they work.
This 1,200sqf Scandinavian-style three-bedroom apartment in Corals at Keppel Bay condominium has a chevron-patterned feature wall that visually extended the TV wall, which also has a hidden door that leads to the bedrooms.
The palette continues into the bedroom, where a marble-look feature wall keeps the space looking classy. Rose gold Dodo pendant and wall lights by Seed Design complete the overall aesthetics. The room was also specially designed to house the Flexform Isabel bed.