This four-bedroom condominium apartment near Botanic Gardens is home to couple and their two adult sons.
Designed by The Carpenters Workshop, the brief was to create a spacious home with an open kitchen, as the lady of the house enjoys open views of the living and dining.
To create a homely and cosy vibe, the interior designer worked with the use of natural stone-look finishes, as well as wood.PHOTO: Home & Decor
Splashes of colour from furniture and accessories help add character to the space.PHOTO: Home & Decor
As part of the $220,000 renovation, the existing kitchen was combined with the storeroom to create more spacious cooking and preparation areas.
White kitchen cabinetry keeps the space from looking overbearing.PHOTO: Home & Decor
Cabinets in the bathroom serve as additional storage space, while also covering exposed sewage pipes.PHOTO: Home & Decor
The customised bed frame from Blafink complements perfectly with the built-in fixtures to create an understated look in the master bedroom.PHOTO: Home & Decor
The colour palette continues into the master bathroom as well.PHOTO: Home & Decor
The family enjoys the expansive views of the surrounding from their balcony, which is now used as a dining area, complete with an Arthur Zarro dining table, Fritz Hansen dining chairs and a sideboard from Atomi.
This article was first published in Home & Decor.