Just because your space isn’t as big as you’d like it to be, doesn’t mean you can’t create something posh out of it. Our professional contractors’ work proves just that.
Check out some of awesome renovations and designs done by Kaodim’s contractors in Singapore:
1. Living room
Separate your dining area from the living space with something simple and functional like this living room’s style. The divider acts as a makeshift table, a bookshelf, and a support for the stairs to the loft. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, it’s useful as well.
2. Earthy bedroom
This is an elegant and modern take on the Japanese-style tatami bed. The timber flooring, elevated tatami area, and headboard give the room its polished and classy look.
3. Turquoise bedroom
This cheerful-looking bedroom and study is an excellent example of how you can maximise space in a small bedroom. Loft beds are great as you can utilise the extra space as a study or play area. The colour used in this room – turquoise – is perfect for schooling children as well as it has a calming effect.
Founded by Delson Tan, his approach to design is informed and evolves through research, enquiry and differentiation. He is constantly seeking to find innovative design solution arising out of the constraints from negotiating clients’ needs. With more than 9 years of experience, Delson had also claimed reputable projects under his belt. At Tan Studio, the team works closely with their clients to offer comprehensive, innovative and practical interior solutions.
4. Dining room
This minimalistic dining room is probably everyone’s dream. Simple hues – white and timber – makes the area more spacious and bright. Island counters are also great for storage and entertaining guests as well.
Industrial design is still one of the most popular looks this year. The key is to repurpose old materials like metal pipes and used wood, while exposing raw elements like lighting and floorboards. It might sound messy at first, but the end product is a chic ‘unfinished’ look.
6. Bricks and wood
If industrial is not your cup of tea, then go for something more rustic like bricks and timber. What you’ll get is a cosy space that is almost Nordic-like. You can even take it up a notch by installing wooden panels and beams.
Here’s another example of how you can transform an otherwise ordinary space into something out of a home styling magazine. Some wall tilings of exposed stones and bricks give your kitchen a sort of Scandinavian look.
This is the room where fun and games rule. Feel free to put in all your favourite things! Here, we have an elevated floorboard with cushions, some action figures and memorabilia from their favourite games and movies.
A love of craft and design permeates every interior architectural project and often leads to innovative new uses for materials and processes. The Roommakers see interior architecture and design as vehicles for improving people’s lives and strive to find the best solution to any given brief.
Like we said earlier, space is not an issue. It’s all about how you maximise and utilise it. Here, a little HDB is nicely decorated with simple furnishings and even a mural near the dining area. To make it a little fancier, add a feature wall with greens like the living area above!
Now, doesn’t this just remind you of a hotel that you recently had a staycation in? It’s all in the details of the tiles you use for the walls. Go for something neutral like in the photo, it’ll make your bathroom look much more elegant.
Inspired by these looks? Redesign your home with the help of our talented contractors this time. Click here to request for their services, specify the look you’re looking for, and we’ll send you some quotations for free!
written by Esther Chung