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Who says you have to put up with a boring, utilitarian cookspace when you live in a flat? These creative kitchen designs show otherwise
Ah, the standard HDB kitchen that’s a room set apart from the living and dining area (or hall, as your mum calls it). Long and narrow, with floor-to-ceiling tiles, this kitchen has two worktops facing each other – one for food prep, the other for cooking. This sleek, handleless version takes the basics to a higher level with bold black details for contrast, wooden countertops for warmth, and kitchen accessories that provide pops of colour.
This one even enjoys a generous amount of sunlight because it’s been opened up to incorporate the service yard.
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This kitchen pushes all the elements to one wall, while the other was free to be hacked partially open and have a built-in dining nook.
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This one is another benefit of hacking part of the wall open…
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This design is quite major as it involves hacking a wall open and building the island. But look at how big the kitchen looks as it spills out to the living and dining area.
In this case, dark and rustic, with charcoal-hued ‘bricks’ and weathered ‘wood plank’ cabinets, brightened by a swathe of mint countertop.
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A whole block of it, as an entire wall of cabinets clad in a fresh blue hue.
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And Bruce Lee, because who doesn’t need a Bruce Lee pop art piece watching over them. Drink water, my friend.
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What’s on your kitchen wish list? Let us know in the Comments section how you’re planning to put it into your kitchen.
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