How do you make a small space feel spacious? By cleanly hiding large pieces of furniture, in this case it was the dining table. In order to increase the overall area of the living room, it we have decided to place the dinner table within one of the large storage spaces.
For the three individual bedrooms, we characterised the uniqueness using various colours. Our designs are relatively modern and minimalistic, staying true to this design style, we had to come up with big ideas within the small spaces.
Bedroom A uses a completely different colour palette than the living room. As the space is quite small, we have gone for a lighter colour palette altogether to make the space feel more spacious.
Our trademark minimalistic yet functional work and resting space. The bed is positioned near the window unobstructed maximising sunlight. There is plenty of storage space under the bedand the closet at the foot of the bed. Basic rewiring will be done to ensure that the power sockets are easily accessible on the desk.
The master bedroom employs a stronger contrast to assert a certain level of luxury. The bedspace is left with an unobstructed view and there is again plenty of storage space, a perfect balance of form and function.
The master bathroom is very well lit to strongly contrast against the darker themed master bedroom. The clean elegant style takes design cues from one of our previous projects.
The kitchen employs a darker colour making it easier to manage and clean, whilst the clear counter tops adds a static layer to the design.
Designing this space was challenging due to the unusual layout of the house, however by concealing the doors behind various layered designs, we can partition the space effevtively, keeping the spacious atmosphere without deducting from the overall 'warm' homely feel of the space.