13 Absolutely Amazing Layout Designs for Anchorvale Plains
Image credits: HDB
Bounded by Sengkang East Way and Anchorvale Lane, Anchorvale Plains comprises 5 residential blocks ranging from 17 to 18 storeys in height. This development offers 921 units of 2-room Flexi, 3-, 4-, and 5-room flats. There are plenty of exciting elements to explore and enjoy, including a roof garden open to the public, and plenty of lush greenery. Now, let’s take a look at some interesting ways in which you can organise your interior!
1. The good thing about this layout is that you can extend the TV console to include a shoe cabinet. In this way, you’ll have more space to store your stuff in a neat way. If you still need more sitting or storage areas, you can add a bay window to serve these two purposes.
Interior Designer: Idees Interior Design
2. Fellow drink lovers, raise your hands! Instead of hitting the pubs and bars, why not have one in the comforts of your own home?
Interior Designer: The Interior Lab
3. Too little space to create cabinets? With an arrangement like this, you can relish in a Japanese-style dining experience and enjoy storage space at the same time.
Interior Designer: Inspire ID Group
5. Small living room? Fret not, you can still go for fancy designs.
Interior Designer: Inside Living
6. This is a unique layout for 2-room HDBs. Very condo-style, complete with nice sliding doors.
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8. Couples without kids can attempt unusual layouts like this to make your home more artistic and condo-looking.
Interior Designer: 0932 Design Consultants
9. Sure, living rooms might be a necessity for some, but if you’re a single homeowner whose dream is to have a walk-in wardrobe, perhaps you could consider giving up the living area to accommodate one. A sliding door can be created in between the wardrobe and dining area if you want. Need seats in case friends or guests visit? Include a multi-functional bay window for sitting and storage purposes.
Interior Designer: I-Chapter
10. A typical bedroom layout that’s good for all types of units as long as space allows for it.
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11. Bed frames can serve storage purposes, too. The one seen here has a strong condo vibe. Wallpaper can be added if you want to further enliven the space.
Interior Designer: JSR Design & Renovation
13. Instead of wallpaper, you can choose chalk chalkboards to create a cafe-like ambience. A bigger and taller kitchen island helps add to the overall mood as well.
Interior Designer: The Design Abode
14. There are many ways you can play around with your kitchen layout. The one shown here is somewhat like a private kitchen with an outside bar area. You can create a bar/cabinet (as shown above) or even have stuff like a cake display cabinet to resemble that of a cafe.
Interior Designer: Crescendo Interior & Lifestyle
15. It’s fine if you don’t wish to install a regular kitchen island. DIY has its beauty, too.
Interior Designer: Space Concepts Design
Designed by Sophia Wen for RenoNation.sg
Disclaimer: All dimensions are estimates only and may not be exact measurements. Floor plans from HDB.