Singapore Bedroom Design Ideas
Photo of a scandinavian bedroom in Singapore.
Would look better if the beds were sunk in to the floor - tyler0399
Platform Bed + Study area
Modern bedroom in Singapore.
I love the compact-ness of this, while still feeling serene and organised - eilatan44
Design ideas for a contemporary bedroom in Singapore with white walls, light hardwood floors and no fireplace.
“ #0432 is a home that encourages animated laughter and conversation with wide-open spaces. It allows space for expression and relaxation. It is visually tantalizing yet multi-functional. This is where I can be myself; it is where my habits have a habitat. “ – www.0932.am
Type . Residential
Location . Singapore
Floor Area . 893 SQ FT
Year of Completion . 2014
Text Credit . David Chan
Photo Credit . David Chan & Dennis Lim
Interior . 0932 Design Consultants
Build a platform under the bed for storage and can create a wardrobe up the back of the bed to create a wardrobe room divider - diane_tsuji
NATASHA SHUTTLEWORTH PHOTOGRAPHY
Design ideas for a beach style bedroom in Singapore with grey walls and medium hardwood floors.
Grey feature wall - zoe_courtney52
The bedroom is in neutral color with built in study, cabinetry & wardrobe all in one, perfect for a student bedroom. — at Bedok Reservoir View.
Mid-sized scandinavian guest bedroom in Singapore with white walls and light hardwood floors.
maybe for larni later - dlp66
Inspiration for an industrial bedroom in Singapore with grey walls and dark hardwood floors.
A top walk in on utilise glass doors pour entrer top glass doors - eric_p_68
This is an example of a contemporary bedroom in Singapore with black walls and no fireplace.
Grey wall with sheers - cxstan
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This is an example of a contemporary bedroom in Singapore with blue walls, light hardwood floors and brown floor.
Master Bedroom - While having a similar timber cove design that creates the same warm cosy sleeping space, the Master Bedroom is distinct in having a C-profile cove cladded with timber in random lay vs the structured layout used in the Children's Bedroom. Both rooms however, employ the same deliberate change in colour palette to define the private sleeping quarters from the public communal spaces.
master bedroom - roger_to