Blk 312A Clementi Ave 4
Intro text: Who would have thought graffiti art could belong in an abode? Small in size but big on personality, this 3-room HDB apartment boasts a style that melds contemporary cool with street chic. The interior’s modern appearance is toughened up by industrial elements, and is added character by the home dwellers’ quirky collection of knick-knacks and their affinity for Rastafari.
Elements that are characteristic of an industrial home – like the exposed conduit piping, cement screed floor, and steel structures – reign in the apartment’s communal area. This provides instant visual impact as soon as a guest steps into the house.
Notice the floors? Cement screed flooring is underfoot across the living area, wooden laminates cover the kitchen, while ornate Peranakan style tiles welcome visitors at the entryway. A clever way to separate the different areas of the house without physical obstructions like walls.
The best way to incorporate graffiti art into this small space without overwhelming it is to ink it upon the wall along this walkway. It also adds a pop of colour and verve into a domicile dominant with neutral hues.
Woodgrain textures lend aesthetic depth and natural allure into the most important place in the house: the one that ensures full tummies and happy people!
The tough industrial style of this living room is softened by the warm grey fabric settee and monochromatic rug – both designed to invite a comforting vibe into this space.
The little one’s domain is clad in a refreshing shade of mint that’s enlivened by the pop of pink and red to match her sprightly personality.
A built-in wardrobe crafted to reach all the way to the ceiling ensures every inch of vertical space in the young one’s room is maximised.
The homeowners kept the most intimate part of their home almost Zen-like with a black and white master suite that is oh-so serenely stylish.
Simplicity is the name of the game in this bathroom. Although tiny, it’s decked out stylishly and is equipped with all that’s necessary.