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685A East Coast Road
Two-bedroom condominium apartment in Cairnhill Circle
The homeowners are a couple in their 30s who need a large space for entertaining, as they frequently host parties in their apartment. Their preference was for a modern contemporary style with a masculine colour scheme comprising medium-toned woods, grey and black.
One of the challenges that Terence had to overcome was the constraints posed by the existing layout. The couple also had a few pieces of furniture from Boconcept that they wanted to retain due to sentimental reasons.
To free up the interior spaces, Terence relocated the master bedroomʼs door, which now faces the living room. He also replaced the conventional door with sliding glass doors, which can be kept open to combine the living room and master bedroom, offering a larger space for parties.
Arranging the Burmese teak flooring in a herringbone motif generates an interesting pattern. This design continues on the headboard feature in the master bedroom.
An industrial touch is added with the use of concrete-look wall coating to create a contrasting backdrop for a bookshelf housing the coupleʼs book collection.
Three-bedroom condominium apartment in Sunset Way
The homeowners are a couple in their mid-30s who had very different design directions. The challenge for Terence and his team was to find common ground that the couple could agree on. They eventually decided on a minimalist Scandinavian style.
To brighten up the interiors and make the home appear more spacious, Terence used a light palette characteristic of a Scandi style, while taking advantage of the natural light penetrating the apartment interiors. The homeowners also wanted to enlarge the master bathroom and reconfigure the kitchen and living room.
Like the rest of the home, the living room is predominantly white with brown accents contributed by the sofa and coffee table from Kuhl Home. One wall in the dining area has been cladded with grey concrete-look tiles to provide a spot of contrast and to better define the seamless space.
One of the highlights of the open-concept kitchen is the Moroccan floor tiling that stands out against the white compressed marble flooring in the living and dining rooms. The wall tiles and kitchen cabinets are all white, but Terence skilfully integrated touches of wood with the open wall shelves.
The homeownersʼ toy collection takes pride of place at the entrance foyer, where the designer has created a built-in display comprising wooden niches set within a white wall of storage cabinets. These create a focal point against the white canvas, welcoming visitors into the home.