| The Tiong Bahru Series | Boho-french Home of a Fashionista

Bella Koh

Bella Koh is the founder of the decadent ‘Flea & Trees‘ – a vintage, clothing, accessories and lifestyle store based in Tiong Bahru; and this is the pre-war flat she shares with her husband.

It is a two-bedroom, ground floor apartment with a courtyard space for their cats to roam in. French doors were built to lead from room to room.  Bella, who is also a food stylist/food blogger has an enviable kitchen fitted with marble counter top and backsplash, completed with an airwell next to the kitchen as the herb garden. In the master suite, tavertine was used to create the luxe spa look.

The owners’ impeccable taste is obvious in the decor of the apartment. The colour palette is largely retrained to white, but it never appear sterile. With the rooms flooded with natural light, it evokes an effortless boho-french feel, that is so serene, dreamy and romantic.

(P/S: I have seen Bella’s apartment being featured in The Straits Times and Home & Decor magazine years ago, and her amazing home has just recently being featured again in lilreddotfolks and thehoneycombers. So I’ve decided to compiled these pretty images that showcase her amazing home here. To find out more about Bella and her home, click the lilreddotfolks and thehoneycombers links to read her interview!)

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Images via | thehoneycombers | lilreddotfolks | sassy singapore | tiongbahru estate |


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