Given that the two-bedroom condominium unit is only 667 sqft, the biggest challenge was leveraging on the space available.
The homeowner wanted to have more storage space so that the area does not look cluttered.
A shoe and storage cabinet is concealed in the foyer with wood batten boards. Not only does it hide the size of the cabinet door, but it also lengthens the hallway. On the other side, a dark textured wallpaper with gold geometric prints goes hand in hand with the timber to evoke a luxurious but cosy vibe.
In the living room, a royal blue panel wall forms the backdrop for a wall-mounted TV. To manoeuvre around the tiny living room, two free-standing side tables are used in place of a traditional coffee table.
The kitchen and bathroom are kept simple with matte black and wood finishing, paired with black and white granite for the countertops.
What is done in love is done well