This shophouse-like house you see was designed by Australia-based Tom Robertson Architects. The black and white facade is just a sneek peek of the sleek colour palette found inside the home. The two-storey home features gets plenty of sunlight from the skylight roof. Wood flooring and furniture give the mostly-white home some warmth.
These homeowners chose to have a contemporary Scandinavian look with some industrial elements. This meant creating a soothing palette of wood tones, whites and greys throughout the home, with furnishings in light colours and clean lines, to keep the living room looking bright and airy.
For this four-room HDB BTO apartment at The Pinnacle @ Duxton, the homeowners wanted a Scandi-industrial style. A faux brick wall adds character to the living room space while lending a raw look. Mirrors clad the walls to visually enlarge the space, while concealing storage.
The trendy industrial-meets-Scandinavian style gave this pre-war apartment a smart update. It's somewhat similar to a studio or art gallery, with its concrete screed floors and white walls. For their interior styling and furnishing needs, the homeowners turned to Danish brand Boconcept.
This four-room flat at Tanjong Pagar has a Scandinavian look – a casual, white-based palette of pale wood furniture and light-fused interiors. The original salmon-coloured wall was redone in a darker shade for a cooler, more industrial look and the result is a meticulously painted faux brick wall.
10) Open-concept HDB flat with Scandinavian and industrial design features
This 700sqf three-room Housing Board flat belongs to a young couple who requested a simple and spacious home. The contemporary style space, which features Scandinavian and industrial elements, is dressed in black, white, and brown – neutral tones that create a relaxing atmosphere.