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346 Yishun Avenue 11

346 Yishun Avenue 11

346 Yishun Avenue 11

A self-professed sneaker lover, Mr Razak (not his real name), approached us with the challenge to renovate his 4-room resale flat, and also for space to store his more than 20 pairs of sneakers. This home takes on an Industrial-Street-Style, with cement screed surfaces, exposed conduits and rope textures. A variety of patterned-wood surfaces are also adopted for cabinet surfaces and tiles, adding varying character to this home. We are greeted by a black meshed wrought-iron gate which serves as the initiation point of this Industrial-Street-Style home.

The dining area and kitchen are open-concept, widening up the space and blurring the lines between these rooms. A small bar counter that sits 4, subtly demarcates both areas whilst also serving as a breakfast area, and food preparation area with the fridge just behind it. The long kitchen provides the family with ample storage and food preparation space. 

Incorporating a full-sized stove, hood, and 2 tall-units for an oven and microwave on one side, and a washing machine on the other. Gloss surfaces were chosen for the kitchen cabinetry so as to help brighten up the space further without having to incorporate additional lighting points

346 Yishun Avenue 11

The main bedroom boasts a raised platform with storage solutions underneath the mattress, allowing for the family to stow away large items that are rarely used such as luggages. A full-height wardrobe that spans the length of the master bedroom was also specially built for Mr and Mrs Razak, with a dressing table at the end by the window for the lady of the house. This dressing table features unique space saving capabilities where the table-top flips up to reveal a mirror and compartmentalized storage. Mr Razak also stores more of his beloved sneakers in a display cabinet by the wardrobe area.  

Despite Mr Razak’s daughter’s bedroom being in an odd triangle shape, it also features a wardrobe system that spans the length of the adjacent wall. Like her mother, she too also has her own dresser table with flip-up mirror and compartments for storage – It also doubles up as a study table.

Mr Razak’s youngest son, who is only 7, takes after his father’s love for sneakers and has 6 pairs on his own. He too has a dedicated corner in his room where he proudly displays them.

Both bathrooms’ walls and floor are with dark brown tiles and paired with warm lights, giving them a cozy feel. They both also have an accent wall which is overlaid with monochromatic floral patterned tiles to add a dash of character to the space.

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