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This wood and white condo apartment is far from just another stylish contemporary space. The designers at EHKA Studio put a lot of thought into creating distinct functional zones for different activities, while maintaining an open and interactive flow. The result is a warm and inviting wood and white interior that feels both cozy and spacious.

The main living area exemplifies the wood and white condo interior. A custom two-part sofa can be reconfigured to open up space for larger gatherings. A sleek wood-toned partition elegantly delineates a cozy corner for work or study from the main living room.

Sheer curtains are used to divide the dining area from the kitchen, while still allowing light to pass through.
Sheer curtains are used to divide the dining area from the kitchen, while still allowing light to pass through.

Dining and kitchen partition

Sheer curtains provide a airy semi-division between the dining area and open kitchen, allowing light to filter through the wood and white interior. A curved bench surrounds the dining table, accommodating more diners comfortably.

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Blinds are used to demarcate a private study area, without completely cutting it off from the rest of the home.
Blinds are used to demarcate a private study area, without completely cutting it off from the rest of the home.

Smart use of blinds for privacy

While an open layout facilitates interaction in the communal spaces, the designers incorporated smart solutions for privacy too. Blinds demarcate a separate study area without completely isolating it from the larger wood and white interior.

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A sponge headboard cladded with fabrics from Bode, along with glass-finish bedside drawers, were designed to add a sense of luxury to the master bedroom.
A sponge headboard cladded with fabrics from Bode, along with glass-finish bedside drawers, were designed to add a sense of luxury to the master bedroom.

Tranquil master bedroom

In the bedrooms, the master suite conveys a sense of tranquil luxury. A sponge fabric headboard from Bode adds warmth and texture, complemented by chic glass-finish bedside drawers.

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An open shelving system adds contrast to the concealed storage space.
An open shelving system adds contrast to the concealed storage space.

Open shelving TV console

No wood and white condo would be complete without ample storage. But rather than generic cupboards, the designers opted for a stylish open shelving system in the living room. It not only provides display space, but its wood tones contrast smartly with the crisp white surroundings.

From the flexible living spaces to the seamless indoor/outdoor flow and elegant storage solutions, this light wood and white 4-room condo apartment masters sophisticated living through thoughtful design.

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