10 Aug HDB Modern Scandinavian At Blk 472C Fernvale Street
We rarely see a Scandinavian design true to its spirits and principles in every single aspect. But every now and then, we see an interior design that is 100% true to the Scandinavian style.
Let’s start from the living area, where the designer has opted for all white design, with a minimalistic approach for a more spacious feel and look. A whole wall has been “decorated” with windows for more natural light.
And when you go for all white design, the risk always is to make the room look dull and boring. Not in this case, as the clean look has been enriched by a TV feature wall with prominent black lines.
A whole wall has been decorated with pictures with graphic elements to serve the same purpose as well.
The creativity of the designer is also visible. Placing a faux brick like wall behind the sofas is an ideal way to add a new study/work corner. And sticking to the Scandinavian style, a timber working desk is a must.
The master bedroom is as clean as possible, which was made possible by the floor to ceiling wardrobe with sliding doors.
The finishing outlook of the wardrobe is completely white, almost without door handles, giving the impression it is a wall when the wardrobe is closed.