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A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | living / dining room

Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.

The other units in this cluster housing are mostly decked out in light-coloured marble, so the homeowners of this unit wanted their place to look different. To fulfil this request, designer Wincy Tang decided to create beautiful textured walls with Nippon Momento paint. A high-ceilinged dining area offers lots of room for creativity. Inspired by commercial spaces, Wincy designed a feature wall using woodgrain laminates arranged in an alternating pattern. This unique layout is further enhanced with recessed lighting.

In the living room, the TV feature wall comprises closed and open storage spaces for the family to keep their electronic peripherals. The design is kept simple with a tinted mirror backdrop so that it complements and acts as a balance to the complex feature wall in the dining area.

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | living room

Since there are five bedrooms in this house, both of the couple’s teenage children get to have their own bedrooms. Nippon Momento paint is used to create beautiful, textured walls in each room. In this bedroom belonging to the older son, a floating desk sits by the window so he can enjoy the view outside while studying or reading.

As the couple wanted their private space to feel modern and cosy, Wincy used a darker colour scheme in the master bedroom. Instead of a standard headboard, she also designed a stylish one with interesting geometric shapes, evoking the vibes of boutique hotel suite. To make efficient use of the master bedroom’s layout, the awkward space in between the room and the bathroom is now repurposed as a dressing area with full-height mirrors. This also gives the lady of the house a dedicated space to display her bags and jewellery, which happens to have always been on her wishlist.

Rhiss Interior
www.rhissinterior.com.sg

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | feature wall

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | bedroom

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | master suite

A Sense Of Difference In A Singapore Housing Estate | master bedroom

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