In this week’s episode, we explore a thoughtfully designed home in Tampines, embodying Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian warmth.
The five-room HDB spans 1,216 sqft, harmoniously balancing natural light, minimalism, and neutral tones.
Starting at the entrance, a sizable seven-panel shoe cabinet sits adjacent to the dining area.
The dining space, featuring a six-seater set and pendant lights, seamlessly connects to the spacious living room with a 65-inch wall-mounted TV, L-shaped sofa, and travertine coffee table. False ceilings maintain clean lines, reducing visual clutter.
A glass sliding door separates the dining and living areas, offering a mix of open and closed shelving for decor.
The doors, leading to the kitchen and bedroom corridors, contribute to the overall aesthetic when open.
The galley kitchen boasts a wide walkway, grey stone countertops, and wooden cabinets. A laundry area, ingeniously integrated, includes a utility sink, washer, and a laundry basket.
The bedrooms, including a study and a minimally furnished common bedroom, lead to a simple yet elegant common bathroom.
The master bedroom accommodates a king-size bed and incorporates ample storage, avoiding the need for a walk-in wardrobe.
A six-panel wardrobe and an additional two-panel wardrobe complement the well-thought-out design.
Concluding our tour, this home’s meticulous design offers functionality and style.
As always, special thanks to the homeowners for opening up their home to us. If you’d like to get connected to their ID for the design of your own home, you can reach out to them via this link. Successful projects get a $500 Stacked Store voucher!