19 Oct HDB BTO Scandinavian At Blk 679C Waterway Brookes
From the moment you enter the apartment, you are greeted by the warm and fuzzy feeling of rustic touch to the interior and carpentry work.
The highlight is the half-hacked wall of the kitchen which represents a dining section. But instead of a classic dining area, the designer places a bar ledge, and with nice rustic wooden laminate, the area offers warmth and comfort for the owners.
Going into the living area, you notice the pure principles and standards of Scandinavian design, which is spacious and minimalistic interior. The TV feature wall/console is done in as simple as possible manner, with just small wooden cabinet under the console.
The shoes cabinet, on the other hand, is a full floor to ceiling cabinet, with different laminate on the sides and on the front. Subtle, yet prominent black lines on the edges give the cabinet a unique look.
In the kitchen, an interesting element is the floating shelves. Usually, designers and homeowners look for kitchen with upper and lower elements, but in this case, the upper elements are missing, and the designers installs floating shelves only.