31 Oct Surprising Wood Elements in this Scandinavian HDB BTO 5-Room
This HDB BTO 5-room flat has quite a lot of surprising features that will instantly make any person giddy with excitement. One look alone will tell you that it is of Scandinavian design and luxurious in appeal space.
The living area is basic and clean in design. Only the essential furnishings such as the comfortable sofa and television set are visible. The floating cabinet gives the character to the whole room as it livens up the living area. It was ingenious of the designer to use wood as the material for the cabinet because it added that hint of mystery and spark of richness to the space.
By keeping everything to a bare minimum, the entirety of the living area and the dining area put together has an air of subdued stylishness that is often associated with mansions and eclectic apartments. One will fall in love with the simplicity and straightforwardness of the whole room.
The unusual carpentry of the partition in the masters’ bedroom lends an aura of strict and straightforward privacy. It’s unique geometric design does not bore and makes the television pop out.
The work area at one corner of the bedroom instantly gave depth to the room. The big windows behind the table allow natural lighting to help the owner do work throughout the day without the use of electricity. Again, everything is just basic. It is a no frills, no fuss bedroom that works well in enticing anyone to relax and be comfortable.
One thing amazing about the partition is that the section of the TV partition wall can be turned 360-degrees. So it can face the work area or the bed depending on location of the owner in the room. The lower portion serves as a shelf for decor and other things of the owner.
The bedroom in itself is very spacious that is why the designer was able to maximize it by having both the work and bed rooms located in one area, and just partitioned by a multifunctional wall. The windows of course, provided the depth that was needed in the room.
Stepping into the kitchen, you feel like it’s airy and unlike other apartment kitchens even if its orientation and design is basically the same as them. This could be due to the use of wood paired with white as the main color for the room. Again, it is Scandinavian in concept, only using what is needed to avoid the feeling of bulkiness.
The kitchen has a cute bar top similar to that of a diner or a small cafe. The homeowner can opt to have his coffee or breakfast here as it is prepared. The folding glass partition helps in keeping the kitchen odors away from the rest of the house.
Even the bathroom is Scandinavian in design. Wood and white were the main elements that made this area look pristine as possible. The shower area is creative in the use of carpentry instead of tiles.