Loft-inspired renovation for this 17-year-old condominium unit in Bedok

Saturday, Sep 15, 2018

WHO LIVES HERE: A newlywed couple and their pet daschund

HOME: A two-bedroom condominium unit in Bedok

The owners of this two-bedroom condominium unit in Bedok were firm about having an open kitchen, but as they cook quite frequently, there was a need to reconfigure the space so it accommodates both wet and dry kitchens. 

 

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    The owners of this two-bedroom condominium unit in Bedok were firm about having an open kitchen, but as they cook quite frequently, there was a need to reconfigure the space so it accommodates both wet and dry kitchens.

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    Storage space is built into the island dining table, including this dish rack which is installed beside the sink.

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    The wet kitchen (where the stove is) is hidden behind the sliding panel clad in decorative laminate. This was formerly the laundry area.

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    As the couple wanted both a brick wall feature and space to mount photographs in the future, they settled for a corner of rugged "exposed" brick instead.

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    As this home is currently only enjoyed by newlyweds and their pet dachshund, one of the two bedrooms is turned into a walk-in wardrobe - a very tidy one, in fact. In keeping with the monochromatic colour scheme of the rest of the home, a black pole system from wardrobe specialist OPSH was chosen.

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    Black and mock-wood homogenous tiles give the master bedroom's bathspace a boutique hotel-like ambience.

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    As for the couple's bedroom, which doesn't seem to harmonise accordingly in black and white, it nonetheless has an urban palette that doesn't deviate from the home's modern outlook.

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    The design of the room embodies all the stylish elements you might find in a hip New York loft apartment - the ubiquitous brick wall, masculine colours such as grey, black and forest green, and trendy accessories.

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    Without the need for cabinets (the second bedroom is turned into a walk-in wardrobe), the master bedroom is kept simple and stark for a clean, minimalist look.

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