An Industrial and Eclectic Look for a 5-room HDB Flat by Green And Lush

Following from my previous post, this is another HDB flat done by Green And Lush.

This 5-room flat adorned a “light” industrial and eclectic look that is very popular among the home owners in Singapore now, especially for the younger couples. There are plenty of industrial accents seen here like the cement screed wall and the black track lights. The space is also furnished with mainly wood and metal furniture as well as interesting vintage accessories to complement the look.

It is raw, but still feels personal and cosy as a family home.

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A 4-room HDB flat with French-inspired Theme by Green And Lush

Ushering in the new year, I guess it is the best time to update the look of my site. I’m trying out this new theme Sela from WordPress, and I already liked how clean and fresh it looks. <3 Hope this serves great start for year 2015!

Today, let’s look at 2 HDB projects from Green And Lush. Both channel a very different theme but equally inspiring for everyone who is looking for ideas for their homes.

The first project is a 4-room HDB flat with a French-inspired theme. In my opinion, the subtly quite and elegant French look is not the easiest theme to pull off. Some constraint is definitely  needed without overdoing it and making it look tacky. So I always adore homes with French flair done right, like this project. Love the lavender upholstery of the dining chairs and the soft dusty pink of the master bedroom. Romantic look is at best when it is effortless.

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Fuur | Bandit

A private residence project from FUUR.

Comparing to the Tiong Poh apartment, this one has a more pared-down aesthetic but I really like the details such as the slab of wood used for the bar counter in the kitchen, and the wooden double door leading to the bathroom.

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Fuur | Tiong Poh Apartment

FUUR means “Future Urbanism”. It is a Singapore-based architectural design firm that has a diverse range of projects in their portfolio, from F&B outlets to private residences. Some of their F&B projects include the Loysel’s Toy Cafe, Penny University, Jigger & Pony, Suprette.

Since you probably have already visited some of the cafe & bar mentioned above, I’m going to share two of their projects with private client that are featured in their company website.

The first one, I’m guessing (from the spiral staircase and pictures on the wall), it is one of the apartments in Tiong Bahru area.

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