With plenty of natural light pouring in, wall full of bookshelves and a small seater in the living room, the apartment feels just like a book cafe and that you won’t want to leave.
Everything is concealed nicely that you don't even noticed the household shelter door.
Top and bottom swing door in white laminates that folds into the white ceiling
Another special request from the couple was to be able to see the living and dining areas from the kitchen. So we have this half height, small strip of ribbon window added in the kitchen which I thought it was a lovely gesture.
above: laundry counter where the washing machine is tucked underneath together with 2 foldable bicycles.
simple white solid surface counter top for the kitchen complete with glass backsplash
tasklight under top cupboards turned on
Dedicated dresser area in the master, near the bathroom and wardrobe
Dresser with storage behind mirror flushed with top and bottom tasklights
Side drawers by the side for more beauty care regime bottles.
Platform storage in the master
Bedside drawers tuck to both ends of the walls.
Keeping everything low is key to a Japanese look. Similar to the art of tea culture where the sitting is on the floor and the table is near to the ground. Likewise the mattress is kept on the platform and the bedside drawers are all sitting on the platform.
hope everyone enjoyed this house tour cos we certainly have enjoyed designing it for the couple. Many thanks to G and KK for letting us shoot their lovely home despite having to look after the newborn and entertaining us at the same time.
Happy Easter Sunday!