Luxe colonial resort style as the overall interior design concept. In order to cater the space to a larger group of people, the kitchen was redesigned into an open concept style, and one of the rooms was opened up and redesigned as a flexible space for entertainment, dining and work.
Project Year: 2017
Project Team: Charmaine Wong
Photos By: Food & Shelter Co.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
15. Kitchen, CharkPhotography by Food & Shelter Co.Read about this home
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A married couple who are busy executivesLocation: Upper SerangoonSize: Approx 107 square metres (1,152 square feet)Project duration: 6 monthsOne of the major changes made to the floor plan was turning the enclosed kitchen into an entertaining-ready open-concept kitchen. “The couple loves to whip up dishes during weekends and have family and friends over for gatherings,” says Wong. Everything in the kitchen is kept neat and streamlined, from the Dekton countertop and backsplash and customised storage compartments, to the integrated appliances and the recessed pop-up power point installed at the island counter.Appliances: Electrolux; Dekton surface: Cosentino
What Houzzers are commenting on:
great idea to have moveable walls. I like the kitchen and dining room having the option of being integrated or separate. Love the classic, understated/simple refinement of the dining room. The kitchen is clean but perhaps bit basic. The window is a great centre for the room but perhaps leaves the kitchen a bit un-loved feeling