Traces of minimalist, industrial, scandinavian, retro and contemporary styles can be found in this cosy home, designed by JQ Ong. Thanks to the mixture of styles, whether in the built-in fittings or loose furniture, the home has a relaxed, easy-going atmosphere.

 


The home's clean, almost monochromatic palette makes the flat look larger and brighter. The use of a rug with an attractive design and a subtle feature wall composed of herringbone-laid subway tiles in the dining area keep the home from looking sparse.
 


As one of the only wooden pieces in the apartment, the sideboard lends a touch of warmth to the living space.
 


The wall that separated the utility yard from the kitchen was replaced by a translucent acrylic door and window panels to bring in more sunlight. 
 


Parquet flooring brings a cosier feel to the bedroom. Furniture pieces with slim legs were chosen to enhance the room's clean, minimalist feel.
 


Exposed pipes painted a bold dark colour and tiles with a geometric pattern accent the bathroom's white walls.
 

See more details of the home here.