Fun touches throughout this home make it a personalised sanctuary for two.
Space: 3-room HDB BTO
Size: 730 square feet
Designer: Chris Zhang of Plush Interior
Reno period: 2 months
A blue accent wall against the bed instantly gives the room a sense of cosiness and wood-pattern floor tiles further warm up the aesthetic of the room, providing the owners with the added benefit of easy maintenance and durability. To minimise dead space, the bay window was turned into a storage settee that the couple can style with pillows and plush toys to create a comfortable lounging zone.
In this kitchen, the pastel grey island is the centrepiece. Besides providing additional storage, it acts as a worktop counter and dining spot. Topped with hardy Silestone top, the L-shaped bench features a unique rounded corner with dowels pasted around the curved edge for more visual and textural interest. Paired with brass handles and set against a scalloped tile backsplash, the island turns the kitchen into an eye-catching spot in the house.
The living area was given a minimalist Scandinavian treatment thanks to a cool colour palette used on the walls and newly laid wood-like floor tiles arranged in a herringbone pattern. By limiting the amount of built-in fixtures, the space can be easily modified in future without requiring major renovation works.
This private bathroom for the couple has the same flooring and mid-grey walls as the common bathroom, but for an additional touch of luxury, Chris created a feature wall with marble-like tiles arranged in a herringbone pattern. From the vanity to the mosaic floor tiles, plenty of interesting textures adorn the master suite. Additionally, display ledges let the couple decorate the space with fragrances and plants while miscellaneous necessities can be stowed in the under-sink cabinetry and out of sight.
About Plush Interior
100 Pasir Panjang Road, #06-04, Singapore 118518
Tel: 6220 4535
Email: [email protected]
This post was adapted from an article originally published in SquareRooms Mid-Year Special 2020.