ZLC | Calm and Cool | Jurong

Hues and patterns from nature give this home serene appeal.

Space: 3-bedroom resale condo
Size: 1,100 square feet
Location: Jurong
Designer: Jake Yeoh from ZLC
Reno period: 11 weeks

Living and work area


The couple who lives here wanted lots of storage in their home, and the feature wall in this communal zone offers plenty. As the homeowner’s young child likes to swim, blue laminates from TAK were chosen to clad the cabinetry, infusing this area with an aquatic touch. This contrasts nicely against the machine-buffed marble flooring and wood panels to make the space feel more dynamic.

Master bathroom


Large and light-hued marble-look ceramic tiles from Hafary give the master bathroom a classy and elegant aesthetic. It also brightens and visually expands the area to make it seem roomier.



The cooking area feels more spacious and pleasant to work in now that a rear wall between the kitchen and utility section was removed. Here, Jake designed gallery style cabinetry to create more storage and also boost surface space for meal prep. Hardy quartz was used for the worktops while hexagon backsplash tiles from Hafary add personality.

Dining area


As this is part of the commonly used living room, the idea was to have plenty of circulation and clearance for walking. Thus, the furnishings here were kept to a minimum, with a single piece of art and a stylish fan adding flair without hogging floor space.

Common bathroom


The homeowners wanted to create a nautical feel here, so blue-green tiles from Hafary were installed. Grounded with the dark wood tones around the sink area, the common bathroom makes one feel close to nature and evokes a relaxing mood.

About ZLC

Aim to be the most progressive and Trusted Contractor to build the best inclusive interior spaces with customised functional solutions based on Universal Design for every person, every age, every lifestyle need.


280 Woodlands Industrial Park E5 Harvest @ Woodlands #04-23 Singapore 757322
Tel: 6284 0118
Email: [email protected]

This post was adapted from an article originally published in the August 2020 issue of SquareRooms.