Achieve the “jungalow” look without having to commit to actual living plants with a tropical-themed wallpaper. To emulate a tropical landscape, the designer customised a floor-to-ceiling banana leaf-printed wallpaper for this bathroom, completing the look with brass accents and black cabinetry.
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Design: Aiden T
For this common bathroom, the homeowner sourced for blue square tiles on the walls, patterned tiles on the floor and a customised terrazzo basin from An Huat Trading. Simple black fittings like the tap, pendant lamp and round mirror frame accentuate the space.
Design: Homeowner's own
The original built-in wardrobes in the master bedroom were reconfigured into a walk-in wardrobe, made possible partly by reducing the size of the master bathroom and replacing the bathtub with a shower. A sturdy glass partition separates the shower area from the rest of the bathroom, keeping the space open and airy.
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Design: Joey Khu
We love the sconces that frame the mirror of this master bathroom. Besides making the vanity zone look more chic, placing lights near a mirror reflects more light, thus enhancing the brightness of the space.
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Design: Aiden T
Clean, Scandi cool
Light wood and stony grey are a match made in heaven, and add so much texture to the space without feeling overwhelming. The pop of green, geometric tiles under the counter is an interesting addition.
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Design: Three-D Conceptwerke
A darker bathroom interior can be super chic too, just make sure to leave the window uncovered to let natural light in. Also, a pipe-turned-scratcher for cats? Why didn’t we think of this sooner?
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Design: Distinct Identity
You’ll never guess that both the mirror and vanity in this bathroom are over 60 years old. This just goes to show that old can be gold, so don’t be afraid to restore or upcycle old pieces or antiques.
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Design: Living Icon