A 732sqf apartment may seem compact for some families, but for homeowners Celine Goh and her husband, they knew they wanted to transform their matrimonial home from a three-room flat to a one-bedroom unit with an open-concept design, in a departure from the conventional layout of shoebox apartments.
Here, Celine tells us more about the renovation, which cost $100,000.
WHAT CHALLENGES DID YOU FACE DURING THE RENOVATION PROCESS?
One of the challenges was integrating the mural artwork seamlessly into a modern, contemporary look. It took Ivan some time to think of a design concept to create a fusion between the interiors and the art piece. After much discussion, we decided that the positioning of spotlights is key to enhancing the beauty of this art piece.
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITE FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS IN YOUR HOME?
My best find is a Poltrona Frau Chesterfield sofa from Proof Living. I also got Tom Fereday dining chairs from Space Furniture to complement my kitchen island. An understated addition to my living room is a Stride rug from PDM. As for the bedroom, I chose a Ralph Lauren bed, and Jaspal bedding. I tend not to compromise when it comes to comfort.
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