White walls and light wood are perfect combination in creating an easy going and relaxing home, especially given the abundance of sunlight we enjoy all year round in Singapore. Be it Scandinavian, minimalist Japanese or a contemporary modern home, white and wood is a versatile scheme that will fit right in.
In the | White + Wood | series, we will look at projects that have utilised light wood and neutral palette as the main theme in their design.
This is a 1380 sqft, 2 bedroom apartment in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong, shared by a young couple and their son. The designer from A Square has fulfilled the homeowners’ wishes to filled their home with ample of wood, inspired by the green leafy tree visible from the living room.
A good looking gallery wall here to add visual interest to the white wall. Keeping the artwork in black and white gives a more contemporary and stylish look.
I like the idea here, never thought a simple strip of faux grass could be a such a refreshing feature on the wall.
Glass partitions were used to carved out a study area and the en-suite bathroom to visually expand the room and allow more sunlight to reach the bathroom area.
Images via A Square