15 Wonderful Layout Designs For Waterway View
Waterway View is bounded by Edgedale Plains, My Waterway@Punggol, and a water tributary. The development comprises 1,057 units of 3-, 4-, and 5-room Premium flats housed in 10 residential blocks ranging from 6 to 17 storeys in height. Here are some layout ideas that can help you create your dream home so you can sit back, relax, and drink in the scenic views of the nearby waters.
Maximise space by allocating more distance between the television and sofa. On top of such an arrangement, you can choose a larger TV so a more cinematic atmosphere is created.
This design is good for small bedrooms and homeowners who have a ton of clothes, bags, accessories, or other stuff. Feel free to ask your interior designer/contractor/carpenter to do a built-in bed, study, and storage.
Interior Designer: Boon Siew D’sign
Want everything to fit in one room but have limited space? This layout would be perfect for you. You can find a bed, television, wardrobe, study table, bay window with storage, and a side table all within this room. Talk about awesome space planning.
Interior Designer: The Orange Cube
It’s possible to watch television from the dining or living room with a divider that whirls 360 degrees.
Interior Designer: Liid Studio
Thought slightly congested, having a television and built-in wardrobe in a small common bedroom can be done.
Interior Designer: Dream Creation Interior
Replace part of the kitchen wall with glass so you can display your wine collection and accessories. In addition, you can also consider including a built-in wardrobe near the dining area to store your dining ware and other necessities.
Interior Designer: Fatema Design Studio
Homeowners who want a big wardrobe can go a fancy layout like this. There’s even space for a mini walk-in wardrobe.
Interior Designer: Yonder
Do you remember what old houses looked like back then? The bedroom wall can be hacked and converted into a window for a nostalgic impression. This design can make your BTO feel like a landed house as well. Coffee tables and armchairs can be included to create a hangout spot as well as add to the decor.
Almost everybody is riding the cafe hopping wave these days. Why not hang out at home instead? With a cafe-themed design, you can serve up your own Instagram-worthy renditions of eggs benedict, smoked salmon sandwiches, or anything you’re in the mood for.
Interior Designer: Habit
The idea of coherence and consistency is important for many homeowners. Most of us want an interior that adheres to a particular theme or colour scheme, like the one seen here.
Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
You’re probably familiar with open concept kitchens like this. To make the kitchen more functional, a glass wall can be added (see optional green line above) to divide the kitchen into wet and dry areas. The size of the kitchen can also be customised depending on what you need.
Interior Designer: Design 4 Space
If you want your small living room to look a little bigger, you could replace the wall with a see-through material such as glass. It can still be used as a feature wall to mount your television.
Interior Designer: Museum Homes
Bookworms and library lovers would love this design.
Interior Designer: 0932 Design Consultants
To maximise vertical wall space, add small racks as a form of decoration or display.
Interior Designer: eightytwo
A 4-Room HDB might be small, but you always have the option of making it look bigger by changing the bedroom wall to one that’s made out of glass. If hacking bedroom walls is not an option you’re looking at, you could do it for the kitchen wall instead to give your BTO a condo-esque atmosphere.
Interior Designer: Inspire ID Group
Are you curious about the progress of a certain BTO? Anxious to find out what yours looks like right now? You can try to locate yours in this list.
Disclaimer: All dimensions are estimates only and may not be exact measurements. Floor plans from HDB.