A separate wall of tiles with flower motives in the kitchen is what breathes life and style into the interior. The kitchen features a laundry corner, but the washing machine is “hidden” in a subtle way. This 4-room HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in the bedroom and other rooms. In the…

This HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in.

A separate wall of tiles with flower motives in the kitchen is what breathes life and style into the interior. The kitchen features a laundry corner, but the washing machine is “hidden” in a subtle way. This 4-room HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in the bedroom and other rooms. In the…

This HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in.

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A stunning modern kitchen. Love the open shelf design. The wall tile pattern is attractive and the under shelf lighting brings life to a bright and easy work space.

Split - Kitchen Detail White and timber, black hexagon feature tiles with recessed lighting Niche Design & Build

Split Solitary Custom Home - Niche Design & Build Split - Kitchen Detail White and timber, black hexagon feature tiles with recessed lighting Niche Design & Build

Eleganckie, kobiece wnętrze. Aneks kuchenny został oddzielony niewielkim barkiem. Projekt: Agnieszka Żyła. Fot. Bartosz Jarosz

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