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Luxury homes: Old-school cool and functionality in this three-bedroom condo apartment

This home is a nod to both retro and industrial styles, but its most distinguishing feature is the practicality of the space.

Functionality rules in this home – apart from the felines, that is. Belonging to Jeremy and Amanda, both in the branding and marketing industry, this three-bedroom condo apartment in Geylang was reconfigured so that every part of the home is practical yet stylish.

The couple approached Yang from Fuse Concept to design their home, and were able to move in at the end of 2019. Their careful spatial planning proved to be extremely useful when staying home became the norm during the pandemic.

Apart from maximising the space, they also wanted a monochrome style, which Yang achieved with dark-green half-walls throughout the house. These are accented with flooring and furnishings in earthy neutrals, lending visual balance to the palette. The resulting look was an interesting mix of retro and industrial.

AT A GLANCE

Home: Three-bedroom condo at Atrium Residences
Size: 120 sqm
Who lives here: A couple and their two cats
ID: 
Fuse Concept

  • Old school condo

    One of the considerations was the couple’s love for hosting friends and family. It made more sense, therefore, to put the refrigerator in the hall where guests could access drinks easily. Yang also added a shelf for the homeowners to store wine and liquor bottles.

    The couple often hosts friends and family, hence it made better sense for the fridge to be situated in the hall, offering easy access to drinks. A fabricated shelf offers space for additional wine and spirit bottles.

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.

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