4-Room BTO Flat: 1 Floor Plan, 3 Different Looks
Think you're limited by your flat's cookie-cutter layout? These three homes – and their designers – show otherwise
Here are three homes with a similar layout for its kitchen and living/dining areas, but with totally different styles.
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This BTO flat exudes rustic appeal with hints of the industrial look and an open-concept kitchen. The half-wall and the dining area wall were finished in Easy Plaster screed to achieve a bare-bones look.
Who lives here: A thirtysomething married couple
Size: Approximately 110 square metres (3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)
Chief creative producer Pan Yi Cheng from Produce gave the space a complete overhaul to meet the homeowners’ storage and frequent entertaining needs. The dining area and kitchen are now connected by a serving counter, prompting free-flow interaction.
Who lives here: A married couple, their mother and their two teenage children
Size: Approximately 92 square metres (3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)
As with the first two homes, the layout of this BTO flat was also re-configured to have an open-concept kitchen that flows with the dining and living areas. Designer Elden Lim, director of Minimology by Minimo, took inspiration from a treehouse, and infused this flat with earthy tones, plush textures and cosy nooks.
Who lives here: A couple in their mid-30s
Size: Approximately 120 square metres (3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)
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