Posts Tagged "Completed Projects"

Esparina EC [2]

July 3, 2014

A specially designed TV console cum storage cabinets of white, brown and beige gives the living room a very tranquilizing feel. The wooden borders and straight lines are not only aesthetically pleasing but also double up as handles to access the storage space.

Rivervale Crescent 4-room BTO

May 23, 2014

The kitchen is often the heart of a house and this BTO is brightened up with the vibrant yellow high-shine laminates used in the kitchen area, while the adjacent areas are kept neutrally-coloured. Glass doors to the kitchen and full-height mirror against the dining table create openness and bounce off the cheerfulness of the kitchen. A wall between 2 bedrooms was demolished for a larger Master Bedroom, where the young couple can work while supervising their child at the same time.

PRIVE EC [3]

May 15, 2014

The highlight of this EC is the aquarium-cabinet which can be viewed from the living space. Complemented by soft lighting, the water feature evokes sense of tranquility and surrealism. In the bedrooms, a bay window space is fused to form a raised platform, cleverly maximizing the space for ample storage space for bulky items. The top of the platform steps includes an element of surprise – a lid supported by hydraulic action offers a storage compartment. Custom-built raised platform and bed frame are illuminated with recessed light to conjure a soft and floating effect.

Esparina EC [1]

May 9, 2014

The living area has a slight country feel as a result of the TV console integrated with CraftStone feature wall. The back of the wall was structurally reinforced and fixed with a layer of wall panel to hide the suspended TV’s electrical wirings and cabling. In the study room, the work table is integrated with a sturdy full-height storage to stash away the doctor couple’s thick medical books. It also features a piece of glass whiteboard handy for important notes and messages.

JLB Residences

May 3, 2014

A 5.4 metre-high CraftStone wall was done up at the stairwell of a duplex apartment and an old Vespa scooter head spray-painted baby-blue by the owner was mounted on it, turning up the cool-factor by several notches. Special light fittings were also installed at the Vespa’s headlights to illuminate the stairwell in the dark.

Bukit Batok St 31 4-room HDB

April 28, 2014

The owner wanted a sophisticated and fuss-free flat so new homogenous floor tiles, plastered walls and new false ceiling in white were chosen. Even the customized TV console, storage and light fittings were coordinated in white to bring out the contrast of the red sofa and black ceiling fan and dining chairs.

Pavilion View

April 3, 2014

Craftstone feature wall erected on the rooftop garden transforms the space into a cozy haven for chit chats and catch ups. This series of Craftstone is suitable for both indoors and outdoor usage as these Craftbricks are resilient to the harsh weather elements.

PRIVE EC [2]

March 31, 2014

An interesting concept about this EC is the way the walls are painted. The top halves of the walls are whitewashed to create a higher ceiling depth, while the female homeowner chose her favourite pastel colours for the bottom halves of the walls. However, this unique two-tone feminine effect is perfectly complemented by more rugged-looking furniture. The resulting soothing style successfully portrays both husband and wife’s personalities.

Yishun Ave 11 4-room HDB

March 5, 2014

This new flat was given a white wash and the choice of light-coloured furniture complemented the Scandinavian style perfectly. Customized carpentry allowed the the owners to showcase their vintage prized trinkets and decorative pieces which successfully brings the good old kampung feel to the Yishun unit.

Clementi Ave 2 5-room HDB

March 4, 2014

A 5-room HDB was refurbished with its living room decked out in an oriental fashion and the other parts of the flat classic and neat. The owners share Z L’s view on quality and chose the most reliable brands when shopping for interior fittings such as sanitary and kitchen ware. In their master bedroom, the toilet door is cleverly concealed as part of their wardrobe!