Let us walk you through the development of interior designing this Modern Black 4-Room BTO Flat located in Tampines Greenverge. From the bare unit, to the spatial planning and floor layout, to the modeling and materials, realistic 3d rendering, up to the built construction.



A white canvass waiting to be painted. Watch this unit turn into our client’s dream home!


Original Floor Plan Vs. Proposed Floor Plan

The clients had specific requirements for the layout of this 4-room BTO Flat. They wanted an open design for the kitchen and dining areas, going to the living area, storage units around the home shelter, and combining two bedrooms to accommodate the Master Bedroom and a Walk-in-closet.


After finalizing the new floor plan, the designer modeled the unit to show better visualization and apply preferred materials, colors, finishing, furnishing, and lighting agreed upon.

The client wanted a theme of black interior with natural wood running through the place. These were dominant for the kitchen cabinets and storage units along the entry. They also requested a double-stacked upper cabinets, which added storage and style to the kitchen.

The full-height storage units cover the perimeter of the household shelter, serving as a shoe cabinet, false entry door, and more shelving.

Stone-textured laminates bring a modern-industrial look in the living area, cut into panels of different widths and arranged randomly for better composition.

The black sofa draws the theme to this area, accented with blue pillows and carpeting.


From raw models to 3d Renders. These post-processed renderings show a more realistic take on the whole space, now including lighting, to visualize a better look and feel.

False ceilings and cove lightings were designed in the common areas to compliment the whole modern look with a cozy feel of a home.

The dining set and the pendant lightings were made sure to go along with the whole theme of this house.

This is the walk-in closet, from the supposed 2nd bedroom of the flat, accessed from the master bedroom.  Full-height facing wardrobes were designed to maximize storage, and a table was added towards the end, for a dresser/study, with a view.

For the master bath, the client wanted a modern white bathroom with marble tiles. The designer finished the look with gray stone tiles and gray sink cabinets.


From all the planning, conceptualizing, and establishing final layouts, drawings, look and finishing, this is the actual and built look of this 4-room BTO Flat.

The entry door, kitchen and house shelter as seen from the living area. The clean, modern, minimalist theme and colors of this unit creates an upscale, timeless look.

This industrial tv feature wall is definitely one of the focal points of this house, adding character to the living area.

Dining, cooking or entertaining guests in this kitchen will never be a bore, the whole look itself is a serve.

The black and wood cabinets, and the blending fridge and oven units pop out from these white walls and white flooring. The dining table brings the wood theme to the center, along with the black dining chairs.

White quartz countertop and backsplash is used to balance the look, in perfect contrast to the black undermount sink, tap and range, giving out this sophisticated look.

The small oscillating ceiling fan fits perfectly with this modern kitchen with its black body and timber blades.

Before and after photos of the house shelter, from bare to black.

The curving transition along with the open wood shelf and warm accent lighting, contrasts and tones down the bold look of the whole black-laminated storage unit.

The door to the shelter is concealed with another black seamless door, for a cleaner, modern look.

From papers and plans, this Modern 4-room BTO Flat came to life, with the ideas and designs in mind, pushed through.

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