This bachelor pad was not only deisgned using the homeowner’s favourite colours, but its concept also hints at his professional and personal passion — photography. This interior designer removed all non-structural walls so that they would have maximum freedom in implementing the concept. Two core areas of the home are defined using the colours red and black, with all other activity zones organised around them. The renovation cost under $100,000, excluding furnishings.


The grey and white painted feature wall in the living area is inspired by overlapping frames, and also marks out space on the wall for displaying artwork.

The kitchen has a unique design based on the idea of light and shadows. The two customised shades of red from Nippon Paint create subtle pattern on the wall.

A rotating panel between the living area and study allows the TV to be used in either space.


The study and spacious walk-in wardrobe are separated by sliding glass doors; this allows more light into both spaces, making them look bigger.

The master bedroom has a monochromatic theme which goes well with the clean profiles of the furnishings.

A raised platform was built next to the windows in the master bedroom, which allows the homeowner to enjoy the view while he lounges.

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