In This Article
- We Wanted an Open, Airy Living Room Where We Can Spend Family Time Together in our 4-Room Flat Design
- We Used a Big Dining Table For Our 4-Room Flat Design Tampines Street to Entertain Our Big Family
- Waterfall Quartz Countertop for Our Smart Kitchen Design to Make it More Functional
- We Chose an Uncluttered Master Bedroom Design With Just the Essentials
- We Preferred Storage-Intensive and Engaging Bedroom for Our Kids
- A Simple Yet Stylish Bathroom Design for Our Small Family
- How Can Livspace Help You?
Home is where the comfort is. The elegance of your spacious, smart and modular home might be fairly tough to combine with your budget, but this is not the case with this 4-room BTO design Tampines Street. This BTO Design embodies the principle that “smart is beautiful” and was created to meet the demands of today’s demanding lifestyles. Let’s see how the spacious décor of this Tampines home is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing while still being within budget!
Who Livs here: Sheikh, his wife and two kids
Location: Tampines Street
Type of home: 4-room HDB BTO
Design team: Interior designer Kayle and business manager Shim
Livspace service: Full home design
To create a smart and spacious 4-room BTO Design at Tampines that’s perfect for a family with kids
What we loved
One of the bedrooms was hacked to create a bigger common area where the family can enjoy their time together.
Look out for
– The mirror that conceals the bomb shelter and storage within
– The waterfall quartz countertop design in the kitchen and bathroom
Smart devices and appliances to add comfort as well as a level of automation to the home
We Wanted an Open, Airy Living Room Where We Can Spend Family Time Together in our 4-Room Flat Design
As the pictures say, this entire 4-room BTO Design at Tampines Street is dressed in neutrals and is light on eyes. The taupe L-shaped sofa was worked around by Livspace’s designer Kayle to produce a tranquil environment. The wooden flooring adds to the lushness of this living room design.
The TV wall serves as the living room’s centre point. It contains a good amount of open shelves for convenience and storage, just as the homeowners requested. It is appealing and useful, and it comes in a glamorous green hue. But what’s most interesting about this 4-room design Tampines Street Singapore is the smart devices used here. The lights, sound bar, and thermostat are just a few smart devices included in the interior design. After all, Mr. Sheikh wanted to provide the safest and the most comfortable environment for their kids to grow up in.
We Used a Big Dining Table For Our 4-Room Flat Design Tampines Street to Entertain Our Big Family
The living room and dining room in this house are adjacent, continuing the open concept design. Due to its seamlessness and spaciousness, the dining room in the 4-room BTO Design Tampines Street is great for hosting a large family with kids, like the homeowners. The wooden eight-seater dining table and chairs completely match the colour-scheme of the rest of the furniture and the floor.
Waterfall Quartz Countertop for Our Smart Kitchen Design to Make it More Functional
Mr. Sheikh’s family opted for a straight kitchen design for saving space. This modular kitchen interior design is one of the most functional areas of the home, with base cabinets, wooden wall cabinets, and waterfall quartz worktop. A waterfall quartz countertop slants down to the edge of the cabinet making a 90 degree angle at the end. It establishes a continuous flow in the kitchen.
We chose a clean, white colour scheme for the design of this modular kitchen. We added wooden accents and black matte cabinets to break the monotony of the neutral colour scheme. Remotely controllable LED lights were chosen to create a mood in the kitchen of this 4-room BTO renovation at Tampines Street.
We Chose an Uncluttered Master Bedroom Design With Just the Essentials
Modular storage solutions are common in many Singaporean homes, but Mr. Sheikh did not want any built-in wardrobes in their 4-room BTO renovation Tampines Street bedrooms. The reason was to cut down the renovation costs as well as maintain the resale value of the flat.
Designer Kayle made the bedroom as spacious as possible so that their family can place the shelves and racks that we purchased ourselves. As you can see, she placed a small bed for the small baby and just one storage unit with three shelves for the master bedroom. Just like the living room, we installed smart devices like air purifiers and smart thermostats in the master bedroom as well.
We Preferred Storage-Intensive and Engaging Bedroom for Our Kids
The kids’ bedroom in this 4-room design Tampines Street Singapore deviates slightly from the monochromatic colour schemes used in this house. Kayle decorated the room with two-colour walls and the furniture in hues of blue, creating the perfect setting for a developing mind.
The wall shelves offer both aesthetic appeal and practicality, and complement the concept of a young child’s room. It provides vertical storage too. The bed occupies a corner space and contributes to space conservation.
A Simple Yet Stylish Bathroom Design for Our Small Family
Mr. Sheikh and family didn’t want numerous additions to the bathrooms, preferring to keep them simple and functional. The only thing they needed was storage. As a result, the Livspace designer installed laminate cabinets beneath the counter. The bathroom looks cleaner thanks to its wood colour and less grout joints.
Since the bathrooms are compact, Kayle separated wet and dry areas. She installed a glass shower barrier in the small bathroom to divide the two spaces without bringing more visual clutter.
How Can Livspace Help You?
If you love the look of Mr.Sheikh’s 4-room BTO Design Tampines Street , here’s another home you might like: This 90sqm Eczema-Friendly 4-Room BTO Interior Design in Hougang is Perfect For a Family of Five
Wondering how you can make your 4-room design Tampines Street Singapore home look just as beautiful? We’ve are here to cover your needs. Book an online consultation with Livspace today. Have some comments and suggestions you’d like to share with us? We’re all ears! Feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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