Craftstone feature wall is enhanced by a carefully-mounted Florastone display, adding a raw beauty to the nature-themed living room.
Wood-accented homogeneous floor tiles give a natural outlook without compromising on ease of maintenance. Walls were re-plastered before painted white to even out the roughness common in HDB flats. The kitchen is open-concept with the customization of a low cantilever serving counter. The result is a clean and simple home.
In this condo unit decked in Scandinavian-industrial feel, Nippon Momentos paint is used to create the feature accent wall. The bar counter is cladded in rustic, barnyard-like laminate panels, and sturdy ceiling shelves are supported by black powder-coated piping. One room is also converted into a dressing room with full height sliding cum casement wardrobe.
To achieve raw industrial look, the Craftstone feature wall was intentionally made unfinished through careful partial hacking and screeding. Exposed black round conduits were chosen for the walls and ceilings. The kitchen is kept simple with minimal shelving and use of the clean Kompactplus table top.
Having the luxury of large bathrooms allows this expat couple to inject grandeur in their landed home renovation, using marble-like tiles and complete with couple sinks and bathtubs. In the kitchen, a long island and a full L-shaped top and bottom cabinets were customized to the satisfaction of the wife, who is an avid cook and enjoys hosting parties at home.
When you have a kid, storage space is never enough. A full-height storage TV console was customized just for that. The household shelter at the kitchen is cleverly concealed in a seamless design incorporating the oven and adjacent shoe cabinet.