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Komorebi Interior Design Singapore
A Breath Of White Space

Photo & Video by Memena Lee, Progress Photo by Komorebi, Text by Ong Miaw Hui

This is an apartment that belongs to a couple who prefers to keep things simple and timeless. With minimal built-in carpentry, this living space focuses on what is truly essential for its inhabitants. 

Light wood grains and stainless steel make up the material palette of this home. In the same spirit, the minimalist aesthetic permeates the quality furniture chosen, clearly steering away from bulky pieces. 

The only element that tears one's eyes away from the harmony of colours used in this home is the refreshing glossy teal tiles which form the kitchen backsplash.

Planned with flexibility in mind, the simplicity of this apartment provides enough space for the owners to develop new hobbies. All in all, the deliberately pared-down style of this 4-room BTO flat serves as the main contribution to this space being a retreat for quiet contemplation and unpretentious living. 

A 94sqm 3-bedder at Bedok North Road, completed in 2020

A Breath Of White Space

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