Done up by EightyTwo interior design firm, this four-bedroom condo was given a Scandinavian makeover and made as uncluttered as possible with plenty of storage solutions for the family of three. It was also done up at the reasonable cost of just $40,000! 

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The designers kept the original white tiles of the space and matched it with white painted walls. The stark white was then softened by a concrete-screed feature wall and accented by light-wood pieces. The customised TV console was also lifted high off the ground by the black legs to keep the floor uncluttered and clean.

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The dining room was kept simple too, with grey and white chairs to match the colour palette of the rest of the home. Rather than letting the dining room wall go to waste, the designers painted it a light, soothing green to bring some colour into the space. Four display boxes help give the home character as well. The wall-mounted shoe cabinet at the home's entrance completed the design of the dining room.

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To combat the small space of the child's bedroom, the designers built a tall platform to house the child's mattress and provide plenty of storage options for the him. In addition to that, a pull-out desk was built into the platform and used as a study table. 

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The master bedroom was kept cosy with a wood-framed bay window seat. To keep the space as uncluttered as possible, wall-mounted ledges served as a nightstand for the husband and wife.

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Because of the small footprint of the home, the owner's were left with little space for a study table. So instead of purchasing a free-standing desk, the designers decided to build a simple desk at the entrance of the ensuite bathroom. He also surrounded it with suspended cabinetry. To avoid overcrowding the space, the designers opted for flushed, push-to-open cabinet doors clad in white laminate. To break the monotony of the cabinets, display shelves were built into the cabinetry as well.