What makes the living room modern is the feature wall with wood and black elements. It is a simple way to make a space stand out and not look one dimensional. A bay window seating area has also been built in for extra seating and storage space if needed.
A simple study area sits behind the sofa, maximising the ample space that the house has to offer.
Behind the dining area, a mirrored wall helps to brighten up the room effortlessly while also creating the illusion that the space is bigger than it really is.
The master bedroom compromises of mainly grey elements in its design.
An L shaped wardrobe can also be built for the extra storage space you need.
A drop-down ceiling with lighting installed can help to brighten up the space when needed. It also helps the bedroom look cosy and elegant.
Mosaic bathroom tiles can really make the bathroom look more interesting and less one dimensional.
The second bedroom follows a monochromatic colour theme. A simple white built in wardrobe can be further emphasised with a black border.
Simple white drawers and cabinets help to keep clutter at bay.
The third bedroom has been turned into a study. Black, white and grey elements make up the design of the room. Lots of cabinets line the walls of the room, helping to keep all the clutter at bay.
A section of the built in cabinet has been fashion into shelving.
The kitchen is simply a work of art. Following a classy monochromatic colour scheme, black backsplash makes for an outstanding colour contrast against the white cupboards.