The design of this spacious and simply styled four-room flat shows that not all industrial-inspired homes must have a grungy vibe.
This home may sport signature elements of the industrial style – such as the metal mesh overhead shelves in the kitchen – but not so much the associated rough and raw look. As the homeowner wanted a simple industrialstyle design, interior designer Kuay Mei Yee of Distinctidentity opted for bare white walls and sweeping, diagonally laid vinyl flooring in hazelnut — a fresh change from brick walls and concrete finishes.
There are also other features in the interior inspired by the homeowner’s existing furniture. “The wrought iron and raw wooden surfaces of the Castlery bedside table, for instance, inspired me to design a space with black conduits running across ceilings, and cabinets with barn-style doors,” said Mei Yee.
These stylish elements are practical and durable, too; the large, floor-to-ceiling cabinets give the homeowner plenty of storage space, allowing the flat to remain clutter-free, and the vinyl flooring from Evorich is water- and scratch-proof.
Completing the industrial-style look are the warehous-einspired lamps in the kitchen and dining area, wood-and-steel bar stools from Hipvan, cabinet doors finished with chalkboard panels – from Formica – and the homeowner’s customised wire mesh gate with cut-outs of the unit’s number.
WHERE TO GO
Distinctidentity, TEL: 6846-0033