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Minimalist 5 Room BTO HDB Home Interior Design at Jurong East St 21

Singapore HDB Kitchen Design

“Welcome to our humble abode”, reads a chalkboard playfully hung at the flat’s entrance. It is somewhat in contrast to the rest of the house, which boasts deep hues on clean backgrounds, and exudes a distinctly masculine flavour. Humble it may be, but lacking in style it most certainly is not. Check out this hip pad well suited for young adults looking to balance entertaining needs and the necessary practicality.

The theme of dark woods and white surfaces begins from the moment one steps through the flat’s doors. The key to preventing the interior from looking overly droll lies in generous amounts of natural light, seen here flowing in through un-tinted windows.

Bar top design

The theme of dark woods and white surfaces begins from the moment one steps through the flat’s doors. The key to preventing the interior from looking overly droll lies in generous amounts of natural light, seen here flowing in through un-tinted windows.

From this angle, it can be seen how seamlessly the dining area joins with the dining. Just because you’re straining the pasta doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to interact with your guests as they knock back some pre-dinner wine! The living room sofa also sports the same plush buttoned appearance, further complimented by a gentle grey fur rug.

Leading the other direction from the kitchen, is the other half of the house, encompassing a secondary seating area as well as the bedrooms. Bold parallel lines here enhance the sense of depth and size.

If the cohesive theme of the flat is deep colours and clean lines, This toilet blends both masterfully with thick black exposed piping. Also notice a deliberate eschewing of more commonly seen circular or rectangular room shapes, in favour of a slightly more zany polygonal one.

HDB 5 Room Dining Room

Fancy a game of poker away from the dining? Or perhaps some quieter place to settle your paperwork. This cul-de-sac-esque inning hemmed in by bed and bathroom doors is just the thing for that. As always, a continued adherence to the aforementioned deep palette is observed.

Once again, we observe the chesterfield design on the headboard in this delectably classy bedroom. Deep woody tones echo off each other, and in an almost deliberately rebellious manner, the mirror foregoes a matching frame. Such controlled anomalies draw the eye and create subtlety without breaking the overall aesthetic.

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