“While white is the primary paint colour used, the tone we chose brings a lovely warmth to make an urban environment more welcoming.”
Communal zones this four-bedder condominium unit sports a unique configuration; it has a long balcony with a display showcase wedged between it. This was necessary because it hosts sewage piping and the designers wanted to conceal it with something functional and aesthetically pleasing. With this unsightly element discreetly hidden, the designers clad the space with a white composition accented by warm woodgrain textures. Kitchen + Dining featuring both dry and wet kitchens, this area is where the family can host stylish gatherings. Boosting the well-equipped kitchen are clean-lined aesthetics and pristine white tones which create a bright and spacious environment. Master Bedroom (opposite page)following the light colour combo in the communal zones, the master bedroom is swathed in a crisp tone of white that doesn’t feel cold or too modern. What it does is actually alter the warm wood grain accents, as it makes for a setting where modern and tranquillity meets. Common Bedroom (opposite page)To combat the odd-shaped corner that this bedroom is stuck with, the designers used a visual distraction which comprises built-in cabinetry to maximise the storage space. The rest of the room is outfitted with white and woody touches for a uniformed style take.