A simple Scandinavian interior design style is marked by neutral tones and functional furnishing. This HDB BTO achieves the Nordic look with a modest budget of $40K.
Unity in simplicity is central to the BTO’s Scandinavian design. As such, the custom carpentry pieces help create the hygge effect by using a light oak for the trim and white laminate for the doors. Most importantly, the additional storage space makes it easy for homeowners to stow clutter. Consequently, this keeps the home organised and minimalist.
Secondly, muted colours offset an otherwise stark white home. Afterall, the aim is minimalist and not to bore. We see this, for example, in the simple geometric design painted on the dining room wall. The triangle pattern adds an understated element of intrigue to the space. Likewise, white subway tiles are arranged in a herringbone pattern for the kitchen’s backsplash. Little surprises like these are also seen in the carpentry. For example, the niche along the side of the living room storage cabinet adds visual intrigue. It is a small enough space to display trinkets and things.
Finally, a small touch of luxury is introduced in the HDB through the white marble clad shower stall. Combined with the bright white lighting, the effect is reminiscent of a snowy Nordic winter landscape.
By adhering to the clean yet simple aesthetic, Peter creates a cohesive yet simple Scandinavian interior design. Now, you’re all set for a perfect night of cosying in your Nordic themed hideout.
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