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Monochrome Space Saving 4 Room HDB Home Interior Design at Henderson Road

Monochrome interior design is still a big trend in 2019 as it is timeless.

The monochrome scheme explores the full spectrum from black to white, with a seemingly limitless palette of soft and bold greys in between.

Although the look is timeless, it is constantly being reinvented in the design world both on the runway and in the home, and its versatility sees it to be extremely popular as an interior’s choice in 2019. The trend’s versatility also allows it to be combined effortlessly with other styles, such as rustic Scandinavian or minimalist Japanese themes.

The living room features a white brick wall pattern that also acts as a camouflage for the entrance to the room. A black and light-coloured wood bay window bench has also been installed for additional sitting area for when you’re having guests over.

As their living room has minimal space to fit a couch, the home owners have decided to install a long bench that lines the entire length of the wall instead. This is extremely smart when you have minimal space to work with.

When you first enter the house, you will see a floor to ceiling shoe cabinet. It is cream coloured and goes well with the neutral/monochromatic theme of the house.

The long bench that lines the wall instead of a couch really helps to make the space look bigger than it really is. It also looks less cluttered.

The first bedroom features a light-coloured wooden platform that will hold a mattress on top of it. It is a good colour contrast from the abstract built-in wardrobe and the dark wooden flooring tiles. Platform beds are also good if you need the extra storage space.

In the first bedroom, the first thing that will catch your eye is that fall to ceiling built-in wardrobe that is white with a huge black stripe across it. It’s an interesting and creative way to add in your own to the room without bulky pieces like art and decorations.

The panels on the platform can be pulled upwards to reveal the storage space. The side of the platform features pull out drawers as well.

The black stripe extends off the built-in wardrobe and onto the bedroom wall and gives the room its own character and charm. Truly unique and creative.

In the first toilet, continuing on with the monochromatic theme of the house, black subway tiles line the wall of the shower area. Black tiles in toilets are quite unusual, so if you want to stand out and stray away from the norm, go for this bold look.

The toilet also features a black false ceiling with lights installed inside of it to further illuminate the room, the panel hides the wiring so you don’t have to worry about them being unsightly. The black panel and towel rack is a good contrast to the all-white walls.

The silver shower head really stands out against the black subway tiles of the shower area.

The second bedroom also features a platform bed and floor to ceiling built-in cabinets, as well as additional shelving space beside the wardrobe that can act as a desk.

Even though vastly different from the first bedroom’s built-in cabinet, this platform and cabinet combo really stand out against the white walls and dark wood flooring. The platform also features drawers for additional storage space.

Moving on to the kitchen, the first thing that will catch your eye will be the stark colour contrast between the black countertops and the light coloured wooden cabinets and drawers.

The black countertops make the kitchen look classy while the wooden cabinets and drawers give off a cosy vibe, mix them both together and you get the best of both worlds.

The yard has been installed with glass sliding doors that can be put away conveniently for easy accessibility when necessary.

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