Nordic-inspired homes need not all look the same. We will showcase 2 different HDB apartments that demonstrate 3 very different aspects of Scandinavian home design, yet retains its functional and aesthetic sensibility.
Simplicity is the soul of this HDB flat in Boon Lay.
Rustic elements like the white-washed brick wall blends harmoniously with modern furniture pieces in a light-filled space.
Shades of grey as well as black are used only as accents to underline the functionality of this Scandinavian-inspired home.
The monochromatic Mondrian-style arrangement of the storage units harmonises with the geometric latticework of the lights.
– Property Type: HDB
– Location: 183C Boon Lay Ave
– Theme: Scandinavian Contemporary
– ID: Ken Home Design
This HDB’s open-concept loft-like interior suffuses the space with light and airiness. Built-in furniture is kept simple and minimal, mainly for the kitchen cabinetry and wardrobe.
Here, the rustic elements derives from the use of wood and tiles. The light brick wall in the living area gives way to clean, white ceramic tiles that are a breeze to clean.
The uncluttered lines continue in the inner recesses of the house, where the dividing wall between the adjoining bedrooms have been removed for an open, airy feel.
– Property Type: HDB 4-room, New
– Location: Blk 429A Yishun
– Theme: Scandinavian Modern
– Budget: $43,000
– ID: Renozone