Spending under $45,000, this couple went with standout pastel walls and furnishings in neutral hues.
The homeowners of this four-room HDB BTO home in Sengkang wanted a Scandinavian-inspired design concept in their home. At the same time, the couple also loves pastel hues and wanted a welcoming ambience in the space. With a budget of $45,000, they worked with Ju Design to create this spacious living and dining area. They chose furniture, such as the sofa and dining table from Mulamu, in earthy and neutral hues, and decided on vibrant colours for the walls as standout features. See also: 9 SIMPLE WAYS FOR AN INSTANTLY CHIC DINING AREA A wall-mounted shoe cabinet is designed with display space at the bottom, which also creates the illusion of a floating fixture. See also: ANYTHING BUT DULL! 8 CREATIVE WAYS TO ADD COLOUR TO YOUR HOME A white and wood colour palette is chosen for the kitchen, to create a bright and airy look here. The wood-look backsplash, as well as the outlines along the under-counter cabinet doors, adds to the linear design and creates a streamlined and minimalist appeal. Another room was combined with the master bedroom to achieve this spacious area, which can also house the walk-in wardrobe. The partial wall feature provides enough privacy for both areas while keeping the space open. A similar shade of powder blue — also used in the dining area — was chosen for the wardrobe doors to add a splash of colour to the otherwise neutral tones of the bedroom wall and floor. The master bathroom contrasts with its monochromatic palette, complete with the textural effect from white subway tiles. See also: 9 CREATIVE WAYS TO GIVE YOUR HDB BATHROOM A MAKEOVER This article was first published on Home and Decor Singapore.