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Cantonment Close
Cantonment Close
The design savvy clients, one of whom was formerly educated in art, had many specific requirements for the design of their HDB resale flat, including taupe-coloured walls for the master bedroom and pink mosaic tiles for the bathroom. Thus, the project was carried out in a collaborative manner; Studio Myte lent their expertise in spatial design, material selections and design detailing, while making sure to keep the home as a "blank canvas" on which the clients could fill with their own choice of furniture, various artefacts and paintings they have collected, as well as their extensive indoor plant collection. Keeping to a modest renovation budget, minimal changes to the original layout were proposed, while maximising spatial impact. The large green feature wall was proposed not just as a decorative feature wall, but as an attempt to visually unite the living and dining area which would otherwise be read as two incongruent spaces due to the unusual flat layout. This visual continuity enhances the perceived size of the space, and is further enhanced by introducing a glass door into the study. In the master bedroom, the space was designed to be kept simple by concealing the entrance into the master bathroom within the wardrobe. Once opened, the concealed door reveals a visually impactful bathroom covered in pink mosaic tiles.
Ritz Regency
Ritz Regency
Ideasxchange Ptd Ltd
Most people dream of having an open-concept kitchen featuring a bar or island counter, but also need an enclosed space to do heavy-duty cooking. When this homeowner had the same request for his 118sqm home in Ritz Regency, our designer, Caine, proved it possible by reconfiguring the layout to include both a bar and wet kitchen. Although the decor is mostly contemporary, other themes come into play too. The carved coffee table, for instance, stands out as a unique piece that contrasts with the modern space.

How Do I Use Houzz For Bathroom Inspiration Ideas?

We Singaporeans shouldn't underestimate the importance of the bathroom in our daily lives! Consider the amount of time we spend at at the beginning or end of each day here. Or even the physiological effect this space's functions and aesthetics has on our senses. You definitely wouldn't want to compromise on your bathroom renovation!

The typical Singaporean bathroom is on average between 4.1 to 5.2 square metres in a HDB or Condominium apartment, while those in semi-detatched homes and bungalows are often larger. Here on the Bathrooms section of the Houzz photo pages, you'll find the entire range of options available in Singapore to suit your inspiration needs. Beyond spatial concerns, Singaporean bathroom photos on Houzz can also be filtered down into specific styles (Scandinavian, Contemporary, Industrial, etc), or specific search terms can be used for picking out bathroom colours, materials, flooring finishes, and functions (such as showers, vanity cabinets or toilet)

Which Search Terms Should I Use on Houzz To Find Inspirations for Bathroom Designs?

While some may term the general space where one takes a shower and use the toilet as a "bathroom", another might simply call it a "toilet". Similar variations occur with quite a few other terms we use for the functions within this space. To make sure you find what you're looking for, here's a few points of clarification that you'll want to be aware of, especially if you're looking for small-space bathroom inspirations beyond Singapore!

1. Toilet or Bathroom?

Throughout the entire English speaking world, the space that we use to clean ourselves can have multiple variations. A space that includes a shower and/or a bathtub, a toilet, and a sink, is generally understood as a full bathroom. Singaporeans may be used to the word "toilet", however, this should really only be used to describe the actual fixture within the bathroom space. The proper way we would ask "May I know where the bathroom is?" is just that, without mentioning "toilet". So unless you're looking for different designs, shapes and sizes of the toilet, you're better off using the word "bathroom" in your search for a modern, sleek looking Scandinavian-styled bathroom.

2. Bathroom Vanity or Sink Pedestal?

What sets the bathroom vanity apart from the average bathroom sink pedestal is the former's incorporation of the bathroom sink on a surface (such as a countertop) which might incorporate various functions. (e.g. a cabinet for storage) Some Singaporeans also use the term "basin cabinet" for this functional object as well. Others would simply have a mirror cabinet for storage, along with the sink below. The term vanity can sometimes be confusing, as it describes both a dressing table, as well as the unit within the bathroom. On Houzz, this is made clearer as there exists a "vanity" subsection under the Bathroom photos.

3. Shower or Bath?

This one's a little more obvious - showers are more common in HDBs and condominium apartments due to space limitations and regulations. However, in some landed property and condominium bathrooms, showers might be incorporated into baths or bathtubs. You can search for these simply using the term "bathtub showers", then apply the "Singapore" location filter.

4. Bathroom Flooring or Bathroom Tiles?

A search for "bathroom floor" gives greater search results if you're simply looking for flooring options for this space. Once you've understood what sort of flooring surface you want for your shower, for example, you can use specific terms such as "ceramic tile" then subsequently narrowing the home space to "bathroom", then adding the location filter "" if you'd like to narrow the results locally.

How Do I Organise Inspiration on Houzz?

With so much going on in the bathroom, you'll want to create a separate ideabook for each function, whether it's for the cabinet, vanity, sink, or mirror. You can also create ideabooks for your preferred style: whether Scandinavian or Contemporary. That will help define your preferences and help in your conversation with a professional as well.

What Should I Do With My Bathroom Design Ideabooks?

Your Houzz bathroom ideabooks can help refine your plan - whether your preferred choices can fit into your actual space. Having these ideabooks also mean that you're not leaving any choices to chance - decisions in such an important area for renovating should not be random. The mirror you choose should be one that you've considered fitting for your planned bathroom. If you're doing the renovation yourself, these choices will help move you towards checking through your floor plans and sketches. If you're hiring a professional (bathroom renovator, contractor, or interior designer), you'll be asking for quotes on the specific choices you've made in your ideabooks. The professional would also be able to give you help on issues regarding your bathroom design that you may not have considered. Whichever step you take, your bathroom ideabooks on Houzz will help give you direction towards completing your bathroom!

Whether you want inspiration for planning a bathroom renovation or are building a designer bathroom from scratch, Houzz has 1,969,829 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Daniel Koh Photography and 19 Eighty Three. Look through bathroom photos in different colours and styles and when you find a bathroom design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful bathroom ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.
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