A DBSS bachelorette pad in Boon Keng with many bespoke details

The owner of this four-room DBSS flat in Boon Keng wanted a cosy little bachelorette pad to call her own; a functional space livened up with quirky details. To meet these requirements, interior designer Carmen Tang of Wolf Woof conceptualised a monochromatic Scandinavian space featuring prints and patterns.

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This article was first published in Home & Decor.

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  • The 1,022sqf space was dressed in earthy and black-and-white hues; this toned down palette prevents the motifs and patterns from overwhelming the home.
  • The owner of this four-room DBSS flat in Boon Keng wanted a cosy little bachelorette pad to call her own; a functional space livened up with quirky details. To meet these requirements, interior designer Carmen Tang of Wolf Woof conceptualised a monochromatic Scandinavian space featuring prints and patterns.
  • Carmen customised a banquette for the homeowner, made up of a metal bar and a fabric which was designed in-house. "We chose a modern yet retro pattern and paired it with tanned leather straps. I have been a fan of tanned leather for the longest time, and this design is sophisticated and fun at the same time," says the homeowner.
  • A humorous black-and-white decal was designed for the kitchen. It says, "Today's menu choices: Eat it or starve." The under-$40,000 renovation cost includes bespoke details like these.
  • A polka-dot wallpaper, printed cushion covers, and quirky wall art give the room a relaxed yet fun look.
  • The wood-look laminate for the wardrobe, laid in a chevron pattern, was designed to look like it was carved into natural wood.
  • The guest room features a tanned leather settee as well as a polka-dot wallpaper.
  • Carmen says, "The stag head anchors the balcony, forming the backdrop for chill-out sessions aroun the table."