Revel in the modern Scandinavian serenity of this family home, which has allocated space for ample storage and relaxation.
Space: 3-storey inter-terrace house
Size: 2,200 square feet
Location: MacPherson Estate
Reno period: 4 months
Some modifications were made to the exterior of this three-storey inter-terrace house. The homeowners specifically wanted a larger balcony so it took an extra month for the entire renovation to be ready.
With three children in the picture, the homeowners knew they had to factor in enough storage space to cater to their family’s needs. The Renozone design team maximised space in the living area by organising a generous capacity of storage underneath the stairs. Flush with the staircase, the custom storage units, which conceal a storeroom, present a neat and clutter-free appearance.
Marble-look homogeneous tiles usher in modern grandeur into the master bathroom. To better demarcate the shower stall from the dry area, the designers used a different tile treatment for visual disparity.
To spark off a clean-lined Scandinavian style, the designers paired white laminates with KompacPlus worktops for the kitchen counters. They also utilised black coloured glass for the backsplash and this ushers in a modern appeal which adds to the kitchen’s timeless aesthetics.
After going through an extensive expansion, the new balcony has more room for the homeowners to unwind in. Warm lighting and wood-look flooring tiles have been specially installed to offer a relaxing ambience. With that, the homeowners can enjoy familial bonding with a scenic view.
The design team at Renozone prides themselves on creating long-term relationships with their customers. One of the main reasons why they manage to cultivate such amiable ties is because the company takes pride in all the projects that they have completed. Renozone guarantees quality workmanship and services, making customer satisfaction their top priority.
116 Lavender Street, #01-07 Pek Chuan Building, Singapore 338730
Tel: 6292 3345
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This post was adapted from an article originally published in the March 2020 issue of SquareRooms.