25 Oct HDB BTO 4-Room Scandinavian At Dawson SkyVille SkyTerrace
One of the main characteristics of Scandinavian interior is the brightness, achieved primary by using light and neutral colors. However, in this case, the designer tries a different approach, using more dark shades and hues.
Starting from the living area, where the designer opts for a little different approach. Usually, in the living area, the wall with the TV console is the feature wall. Here, however, we have a feature wall opposite the TV console, achieved by a special and unique wall effect.
The shoes cabinet serves two functions. The primary function is to store shoes and other stuff for homeowners, but it also separates the living area from the entry hall. Full floor to ceiling cabinet, made out of wooden laminates, the shoes cabinet also features small display niche in the middle and in the bottom.
It is the master bedroom where the designer does his best work, showing just how stunning and appealing a dark modern Scandinavian interior can look. The bed is raised on a small platform, allowing for some light to lurk underneath, creating a special ambience.
Dark brown wooden laminate is used for the finishing of the wardrobe cabinet, and with sliding doors, the cabinet fits ideally into the atmosphere of the room.
Going into the master bedroom, the designer tried to install some nature and wooden resembling elements. The effect is mainly achieved by the tiles in the shower area, clearly resembling timber.