15 Interesting Layout Designs for Waterway Cascadia
Image credits: HDB
Bounded by Punggol Way, Sumang Walk, and My Waterway@Punggol, Waterway Cascadia comprises eight residential blocks ranging from 8 to 18 storeys in height. Future homeowners get to choose from 1,009 units of 3-, 4-, and 5-room Premium flats. The name ‘Waterway Cascadia’ is inspired by the unique cascading effect created by the varying heights of the residential blocks next to My Waterway@Punggol. On that note, here are some unique and interesting layouts you’ll love!
Requirement: Hack wall
The layout here is rather unusual. It’s a dining area and open concept kitchen combined. Want to be unique and different? Try it out.
Optional: Hack wall between kitchen and service yard
If you wish to have a bigger kitchen, you can extend the kitchen cabinet to the service yard area. If you don’t want to hack the service yard wall, you can also extend your kitchen to the living/dining area beside the fridge or common bathroom
Interior Designer: D’Planner
Requirement: Hack kitchen wall
Extend your kitchen to the living/dining area to create this special layout instead of the usual ones.
Interior Designer: AC Vision Design
Requirement: Hack kitchen wall and change it to a multi-function sliding glass door to create an area to display your collection (wine, etc.)
Optional: Kitchen island
Interior Designer: Architology Interiors
Create a cabinet with a built-in oven beside the dining table to make it easier for you to access your daily necessities. This is an ideal layout for avid bakers because the dining table can be used as a work table as you bake. To facilitate this, however, try to go for materials that are easier to clean such as quartz or marble instead of granite or wood.
Optional: Hack the kitchen wall and change it to a sliding door (refer to idea no. 3) or just hack the kitchen wall to have more space
Interior Designer: LU+C Studio
If you wish to have a minimalistic design, you can go with a simple galley kitchen layout.
Interior Designer: Design 4 Space
We are always looking for ways to save space at home nowadays, especially with the shrinking floor areas. This layout is all sorts of convenient because it can be taken out and put away as and when needed.
Interior Designer: Dap Atelier
There are many ways to make use of the balcony in your bedroom. Most people enjoy having a mini porch for relaxation purposes.
In my humble opinion, one of the most functional layouts for kids and single adults alike. Nothing beats having a study area and bed all in one room.
Interior Designer: 3D Innovations
Here’s a really useful idea for homes with small living rooms, homeowners with a lot of stuff, small families, or couples without kids. Do away with full-sized sofas altogether and maximise space with cabinets and single chairs.
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY
Because storing bicycles at home is now common practice, why not have a stylish space like this?
Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design
What to do when there isn’t enough space for a separate study room? Simple, create one in a cosy corner as a substitute.
Interior Designer: The 80’s Studio
Getting some time to yourself is possible if you can find a nice little spot to be redecorated into a reading corner.
Interior Designer: The Association
How about a fun playing area for your kids right behind the television console?
Interior Designer: I-Chapter
So you want your very own walk-in wardrobe? No problem. Just combine two bedrooms to accommodate one.
Interior Designer: Luxespace
You can have your own cinema at home, too. Keep in mind, however, that because the projector screen is very big, you have to place your sofa further away for best effects. In such a case, the dining table has to be placed nearer to the kitchen.
Optional: To make things more unique, you can hack the kitchen wall and create a sliding door (refer to idea no. 3)
Interior Designer: Innerglow Design
Disclaimer: All dimensions are estimates only and may not be exact measurements. Floor plans from HDB.