Singapore Flat Multifunctional Makeover: Interior Design Ideas*/



Singapore Flat Multifunctional Makeover: Interior Design Ideas

Singapore Flat Multifunctional Makeover: Interior Design Ideas

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Singapore Flat Multifunctional Makeover

Posted: 07 Jun 2012 09:34 AM PDT

This interior Singapore ‘before and after makeover’ was sent to us by chief designer Stanley Tham, of KNQ Associates, who tells us: “The owner of this 550 sq ft one-bedroom HDB apartment located in the heart of town is a successful lady who had stayed here since childhood. Currently staying together with her mother, she finally found the timing right to give her home a rejuvenation after so many years”.

(Above: Lounge 'Before')The desired result of the overhaul was to create a chic and functional 'semi-bachelorette pad'–despite not exactly living alone¬–which would reflect the owner's personal style and form a cozy retreat to come back to after a hectic working day.
(Above: Lounge ‘Before’)
The desired result of the overhaul was to create a chic and functional ‘semi-bachelorette pad’–despite not exactly living alone¬–which would reflect the owner’s personal style and form a cozy retreat to come back to after a hectic working day.

Each piece of furniture was customized to ensure more than one purpose was served; a tall storage unit conceals a tangle of electric cables as well as forming a quirky light source over an adjoining shoe bench, which doubles as occasional guest seating.
Each piece of furniture was customized to ensure more than one purpose was served; a tall storage unit conceals a tangle of electric cables as well as forming a quirky light source over an adjoining shoe bench, which doubles as occasional guest seating.

1e Gray blue yellow living room banquette

The living area also houses a mirrored wall that makes the room appear much bigger than its actual modest proportions, and bounces light around the flat.
The living area also houses a mirrored wall that makes the room appear much bigger than its actual modest proportions, and bounces light around the flat.

An aqua blue and yellow color play was devised to prevent the apartment from appearing too feminine, and bring a cool freshness to the once dowdy setting. Stylish accessories and unusual fabrics were layered in to add life and fun to the space.
An aqua blue and yellow color play was devised to prevent the apartment from appearing too feminine, and bring a cool freshness to the once dowdy setting. Stylish accessories and unusual fabrics were layered in to add life and fun to the space.

White gray yellow living room

(Above: Kitchen 'Before')
(Above: Kitchen ‘Before’)

Colors have been kept minimal in the kitchen so that the continuity of tone will project a more expansive illusion of space.
Colors have been kept minimal in the kitchen so that the continuity of tone will project a more expansive illusion of space.

White kitchen window decal

(Above & Below: Bedroom 'Before')
(Above & Below: Bedroom ‘Before’)

Bedroom BEFORE picture

Brown blue twin bedroom

Blue white fitted bedroom

Blue white bedroom wardrobes

The utility room has been transformed into an office-cum-recreation room with a day bed/guest bed.
The utility room has been transformed into an office-cum-recreation room with a day bed/guest bed.

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brel martin said...

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