Study Interior Design


Going clutter-free doesn’t mean keeping everything out of sight. This study toes the line between practicality and personality. There are sufficient storage cabinets to ensure a tidy appearance, and enough display shelves for the owner to show off his collection of curios.

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STUDY WINDOWS (below) The walls that enclose the study were demolished to make way for more light to flood the interior. Raymond proposed a design with white window-like panels – a breezierinterpretation of the industrial style partition.

Pass the common area, the walls that enclose the study were demolished to make way for more light to flood the interior. The initial idea of building a half glass wall was rejected as the homeowners were concerned about privacy.

Study Interior Design

After several rounds of discussions, Raymond proposed a design with window-like panels dressed in white – a breezier interpretation of the industrial style partition. Pushing the envelope further, the interior expert decided to deck the lower half of the walls with trimmings – a nod to classical style. White on white, this subtle detail is exactly what the home needs to turn up the style dial.

“They were initially skeptical with my suggestion to add trimmings,” recounts Raymond on the homeowners’ reaction to this design element. “After seeing it materialise, they loved it. In fact, this became one of their favourite features in the abode.”

Deeper within the private confines of the home, the master bedroom beckons with its winsome simplicity and spaciousness – the latter a result of a merge between two rooms.

The floor area where the wardrobe and vanity table stand used to be the other room. With the internal wall removed, the suite becomes more utilitarian rather than just a place for slumber. What’s more, twice the number of windows means more natural light is able to shine in onto the space.

Study Interior Design

Scandinavian style is known for its affinity with nature – which explains why there are mini pots of greenery peppered around the place. For the master suite though, Raymond decided to take inspiration from the garden and thus built a headboard in the likeness of white picket.

Balcony floors

Artificial turf


The balcony was initially a planter box designed to fit only pots. But Raymond decided to extend the living area out by laying a solid foundation over the area, and placing artificial turf on top. This allows the homeowners to step into the outdoors to enjoy the view.

fences – pretty but pared down. He decked it along the lower expanse of the wall that backs the bed, and painted this wall a pretty pastel blue reminiscent of a clear morning sky.
Study Interior Design

“A design specialist is ultimately there to assist homeowners and offer advice on what’s best for them,” says Raymond. “Sometimes the idea is there, and all it takes is an expert’s sound judgment to help it bloom.”

Truly, the invaluable experience gleaned from years of perfecting the craft – from concept and design to styling – produced results. A Scandinavian-style interior that surpassed everything the homeowners had hoped for in a home, this is a haven that’s filled with life.


Walls that enclosed the study were demol ished to make way for ^glass-panel led partitions

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