Contemporary chic by Charlotte

Love coming home to your nest with the design you love in every corner? No idea where or how to get started? Here are some Contemporary or Scandinavian interior designs that you can get inspirations from.
 
Project @ Twin Fountains 
Contemporary Design – Using grey tiles cladding on the TV featured wall to add a soothing effect to the Living Room. Wood tones are a great neutral to go for, and they provide a warm and welcoming touch. Full-height wall mirror is also added to enhance the spaciousness of the Living Room. The result is a space that feels cosy and comfortable
Type of House: Condo
Size: 96 sqm
No. of Bedrooms: 3
Entire Renovation Fee: S$20,000 (including Design Fee)
Renovation Period: 4 weeks
Year of Project Completion: 2016
Project @ R Maison
Urban Scandi-style – A Contemporary Scandinavian look that are functional and, at the same time, aesthetically pleasing.
With the limited floor area, we needed to think creatively to accommodate the storage needs of the owner. Hence, the living area feature wall is not left to waste. We incorporated a series of covered and open storage space, and even display niches. And with a sleek counter double up as a dining and work area. The mix of light and dark finishes add depth and visual interest to this space.
The Bedroom features a clutter and fuss-free design with an emphasis on wood elements and clean-lined details.
Type of House: Condo
Size: 62 sqm
No. of Bedrooms: 1
Entire Renovation Fee: S$17,000 (including Design Fee)
Renovation Period: 4 weeks
Year of Project Completion: 2016
Project @ Lush Acres
Contemporary – A minimal, uncluttered appearance is what we want to achieve in most contemporary homes. Silhouettes are kept simple, clean and spaciousness is one of the key traits.
The TV feature wall has stainless steel that serve as frame for the TV and wallpaper. Furniture like sofa, dining chairs and bedside tables tend to be raised off the floor to give the feeling of airiness.
Type of House: Condo
Size: 102 sqm
No. of Bedrooms: 3
Entire Renovation Fee: S$23,000 (including Design Fee)
Renovation Period: 4 weeks
Year of Project Completion: 2016
Project @ The Topiary
Scandinavian – The Scandinavian design is all about versatility and functionality. Stacked modules are used to create all kinds of shelving set ups, dividers, or even shoe settee.
A neutral palette of white, light grey and wood tones are a good choice in keeping with preference for light and bright spaces.
Type of House: Condo
Size: 92 sqm
No. of Bedrooms: 3
Entire Renovation Fee: S$22,000 (including Design Fee)
Renovation Period: 4 weeks
Year of Project Completion: 2016
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