This cosy Scandi-minimalist 5-room HDB appeals with a cohesive mix of simple features and wood tones that amp up its rustic warmth. In the living room, an eye-catching herringbone floor was created using light timber-lookalike tiles to brighten up the apartment. The apartment’s original balcony was merged with the living room to allow more daylight in. At the entrance, customized shoe cabinet doubles up as a feature display with a column of perfectly flushed shelves beside a full height storage cabinet with monolithic concrete-effect doors. The one-of-a-kind dining table was handcrafted from a slab of raw Saur wood with distinctive swirled grain sanded down to achieve its elongated rectangular profile. A special cantilevered section was designed as part of the kitchen counter to serve as a secondary dining zone and welcomes one to the striking monochrome kitchen of graphic tiles and glossy finishes. Muted blue subway tiles as backsplash make a standout feature. The MBR’s entrance was extended outwards and installed with a sliding door to create a smooth flow of traffic from the outside to the walk-in wardrobe that was customized with vanity equipped with power sockets and drawer slots.