The designers at Spacedge Designs kept the interiors of this small HDB apartment uncomplicated in order for its homeowners to put their minds at rest whenever they're home. 
 

minimalist home design
As the wall that separates the living and dining areas rooms halfway through the length of the home, most of the space remains open and airy – a great solution to keep the common area zoned yet still enjoy a partially open feel! Restricting the home's colour palette to rose-white, beech and warm grey only also creates a more pleasing finish.
 

minimalist home design
To enhance the small home's visual openness, the kitchen was turned into an open-plan space. As this entire area is in plain sight from the common area, it had to match the latter's pared down colour scheme in order for it to appear cohesive.
 

minimalist home design
Over in the couple's bedroom, the lack of decor heightens its minimalist appeal. To maximise the room's limited footprint, the designers build storage into the floors with the help of a platform bed, which also works as a decorative element in itself. Having a white built-in cupboard against a white wall also allows this chunky feature recede into the background, making it easier on the eyes.
 

minimalist home design
With its doors removed and walls replaced by glass panels, the previously small and dimly lit ensuite bathroom is now a contemporary space that won't look out of place in a boutique hotel!

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