Step into the home of the beautiful Jade Seah! Check out how she and her fiance Terence Lim filled this loft-style shophouse in Tanjong Katong with vintage and country-style decor!

Jade Seah

Here in the living room, the standout furniture collection of Jade Seah and her fiance fits perfectly in this unorthodox space.

Inspired by old barnyard entrances, Jade had the sliding door to her wardrobe and shoe cabinet crafted in a similar fashion.

The large bureau from Taylor B holds mostly memorabilia from the couple’s university days.

The couple scoured the Internet for unique pieces such as this typewriter and a table made from an old sewing machine.

To bring some greenery into the apartment, artificial hanging plants were added to the ledge in the dining room.

The liquor connoisseurs store their bottles on this vintage drink trolley bought from Etsy.

The couple built their kitchen around this mint-green storage unit, using a muted palette for the rest of the space to give the piece prominence.

Camouflaging a mirror, the “window” reflects the colourful shower area, bringing an interesting depth of space to the .

This toilet roll holder was made from metal pipes attached to a piece of wood.

Brightly coloured peranakan-style tiles were added to the counter to bring some life to the raw concrete.

Bright sunlight from custom skylights stream into the couple’s country-style bedroom. Although it gets a little warm in the daytime, it’s a small price to pay for the night view.

Jade handpicked all the lights in the home, including these beautiful Turkish lamps she found overseas.

Using a pane of glass, Jade turned an old wine barrel into an accessories table for her bedroom.

Jade made full use of the slanted space underneath the rafters to house her extensive wardrobe.

The stairs have been shifted away from the wall to make space for a wardrobe.