A condo interior design in Singapore that’s high on functionality!

Neutral setting for unwinding

Who livs here: Katherine, her husband and their son 

Location: Compass Height, Sengkang Square

Size of home: 3-room condo spanning 90 -100 sq m

Design team: Interior designer William Chong

Livspace Scope: Full home design (some images have been withheld for privacy reasons)

If you love travelling and are constantly looking for your next great adventure, we’re certain you’ve collected many souvenirs along the way. Much like Katherine and her husband. In fact, when this globe-trotting couple first met with Livspace they were clear about one thing. They needed solutions to keep all their things together in a modern clutter-free design for their condo in Sengkang Square. 

Armed with years of design experience, Livspace designer William Chong was soon put to the task of decorating the 3 bedder condo. Besides being highly functional, William stirred in earthy hues to keep the look warm and cosy. Let’s take a look-see into the interior design of this condo in Singapore!

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A touch of gold for the entrance
Glossy gold-toned console table

First impressions are important. Especially when it comes to a home. Sleek, clean and with a touch of glam, these are the boxes that instantly get ticked when you enter this home. Of course, the highlight is the glossy gold-toned console table paired against a greyish blue wall. In addition, the seamless storage cabinet next to it stands tall in a sand hue with a highlighted niche.

Cosy living with functional cabinets
Walnut brown TV unit
Mirror panel inserts for the TV unit

The living room scores on comfort. With cosy seating options and a mixed ganache-like coffee table, the room is doused in neutral tones. Balancing style and functionality, a TV unit in walnut brown laminate is the focal point of the room. Featuring mirror panels, a mix of cabinet sizes, and niches, the unit is a clear example of fine craftsmanship. An accent light adds a touch of intrigue as well for this condo interior design.

Pop of yellow for the dining nook
Accent light for the dining nook
Different sizes for storage in the TV unit

The floor-to-ceiling unit that also extends wall-to-wall, forms a nook with the dining space as well. We especially love the pop of yellow for the wingback chairs and the elliptical rings light fixture that brings in a subtle drama.

Bright in Neutrals
Parallel layout kitchen
A tall unit for extra storage
Corian onyx countertop

The kitchen for this condo stands in an elegant rosewood hue and pristine white combination. Thanks to its low-maintenance, laminate was the easy choice for the kitchen cabinets. William dressed all the storage options with gold bar handles. In addition, he put in a simple under cabinet hanger rack for ladles and other quick essentials. The Corian onyx countertop and marble-esque wall tiles seal the deal.

A rustic toilet
Marble-like tiles for the toilet
Gold bar handles
Mounted vanity
Shower cubicle with a glass door

Katherine and her family were particular about having dark colours for their home, especially in the toilet. As a result, William picked an intriguing wall tile crafted out of a mixture of materials that mimicked dark marble. The textured wall plays match with the flooring as well. Topped with Corian onyx (just like in the kitchen), the pristine white sink works well with the mounted dark-hued vanity cabinet.

A chic wardrobe in matte
KD panel for the wardrobe
Take note of the track lights and wooden flooring

For the main bedroom wardrobe, William put in a floor-to-ceiling sliding option. Done up in KD panel, the dark chocolate matte finish looks stunning with black outlines. It perfectly complements the light wooden flooring for the room and almost looks toasty under track lights.

“It was a great experience designing Katherine’s home and working with dark colours. I especially loved how the toilet design turned out to be.”

William Chong, Interior Designer, Livspace

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