When you think of landed properties, what comes to your mind? Luxurious, spacious, elegant and vast? While all of these are certainly synonymous with landed house design, it is not always just the looks. Sometimes, it is about blending design with functionality, and that is exactly what the homeowners of this landed property wanted from us.

Who livs here: Koh Bee Eng

Location: 65 Eng Kong Terrace

Type of home: Landed property

Livspace team: Interior designer Winny Widodo and project manager Kent Huang

Livspace service: Carpentry work for all the rooms

Budget: $$$$$


Now that you have a gist of what we are about to show you, let us dive straight into the design without further ado.

The Formal Living and Dining Areas

It’s all about gloss and glam here
The opulent chandelier steals the thunder
Storage and display are taken care of in this entertainment unit
This dining room is as simple as it is elegant

The first thought that pops in your mind when you take in this landed house design is the sheer elegance contained within this beautifully lit space with a subtle neutral colour scheme In the living room, a full-wall entertainment unit with a glossy back panel and ample storage is an eye-catching element. But it is the opulent chandelier that makes the space remarkably stunning . And that the sofa set is a definite splurge, as the homeowners themselves confessed!

In the dining area you can see a simple 6-seater dining table with grey upholstered chairs surrounding it. Cove lighting shining through the false ceiling enhances the visual appeal of this minimal space.

A Dream Kitchen for Many, and a Reality for the Homeowners

Everything is neutral about this space
Let in the natural light
A generously sized island right in the heart of the kitchen

The couple really wanted an island in their kitchen where they could sit and relax. We therefore designed the kitchen in such a way that they not only get an island but also enough space to place a compact, round dining table. This huge kitchen has dedicated counter space for everything and is flooded with natural light. Cream-coloured cabinetry reflects light and makes this space looks even brighter. Our designer Winny also outfitted this kitchen with appropriate task lighting, such as the under-cabinet lights.

Moving on to a More Casual Seating Area

Marked by solid wood furniture
The dining table matches the sofa set
Solid wood furniture has something charming about it

On the floor above, the couple has a casual and warm seating arrangement replete with classic wooden furniture over wooden flooring. This area is starkly different from the main living room. We find this area to have an unmistakably welcoming vibe, thanks to the abundant use of wood here.

A KTV Room That is Nothing Short of a Theatre

A perfect setup!
Acoustic walls surround this cosy bay seating area
It’s just like sitting in your favourite restaurant
For those who love playing host

Would you go out to the movie theatre if you had this at home? We certainly wouldn’t! The setup here consists of a huge projector screen with a stylish and comfy sofa placed before it. Giving this room more character is the bar unit with LED lights gleaming through. This room also features a sitting corner that offers a peek at the outside world. This is, by far, one of the best KTV rooms we have seen!

Keeping it Simple in the Bedrooms

The recliner lets them relax as they watch the world go by outside
The master bedroom features minimal but useful furniture
The bedhead and the wardrobes complement each other
A storage-cum-display-unit next to the study table
Layered drapes are a must in bedrooms
A pop of colour never hurts
A compact bed that fits right in and built-in wardrobes
Comfort reigns in this bedroom
Making good use of wall space

If there was something that the couple was particular about, it was practicality in design. Winny ensured that this requirement was top of mind when it came to the bedroom design as well. As personal spaces, it was important that the bedrooms suited the lifestyle and preferences of the occupants. So every bedroom in this landed house features all the essential furniture pieces, like the bed, TV unit, study table and wardrobes, in a design that suited the homeowners’ tastes and style. We were also careful about adding a reclining chair in every bedroom, to ensure that comfort was taken care of.

Nothing Usual About the Bathroom Too

This vanity comes with plenty of storage space
If you have the space, then why not get a bathtub?
A glass shower cubicle to mark the wet area

Space optimisation and functionality were the keywords for the bathrooms as well. For instance, in the bathroom above, Winny has carefully segregated wet and dry areas. The shower area is demarcated via a clear glass cubicle while the bathtub sits right outside. To add storage here, she gave them a vanity with ample storage space and a mirror cabinet on the wall.

Did you love this landed house design? We hope you can pick an idea or two from here for your space too! If you want to check out another house designed by us, you should check this out: This Landed Property Has Every Kind of Storage You Can Think Of!

How Can Livspace Help You?

If you are thinking of redesigning your home, then consider Livspace. Book an online consultation with our designers now to turn your dream home into a reality. We are all about quality and safe interiors.

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