Live the High Life with 6 Luxurious Layout Ideas for Freehold Condo Boulevard 88
Luxury doesn’t even begin describing this new condominium at Orchard Boulevard. Located just minutes away from Singapore’s main shopping belt, freehold condo Boulevard 88 will be perched atop a hotel, featuring a total of 154 units with exclusive cityscape views. There are four penthouse apartments, while the rest of the units are 2-Bedroom + Study, 3-Bedroom and 4-Bedroom. To give you a sense of luxury living at its finest, we juxtaposed real-life interiors with the floor plans from Boulevard 88:
2-Bedroom Type A1 (1,313 sqft)
A monochrome scheme gives off a modern elegant statement in this master bathroom idea. Opt for luxurious finishes like marble-like floor tiles and a mother-of-pearl backsplash to take luxury up a notch.
Design: The Interior Lab
2-Bedroom Type A2 (1,313 sqft)
For a seamless visual aesthetic, consider concealing your study nook behind full-height cabinets. This also allows your study area to be used in different ways, such as doubling up as a guest room when you have friends over.
Design: Obbio Concept
3-Bedroom Type B1 (1,776 sqft)
Platform beds don’t only help you to increase storage, they are also great for elevating your bed so that you’ll get a better look of the view outside your window. In these two bedroom ideas, they are built together with study tables to create a compact design that maximises the square footage in the rooms.
Design: The Interior Lab
3-Bedroom Type B2 (1,776 sqft)
There are several ideas you can work into this 3-Bedroom layout. In the master bathroom, consider going for a freestanding bathtub for the ultimate luxury spa experience. A curvaceous vanity cabinet like the one we’ve shown here softens the edges in the master en-suite. In the kitchen, do up a semi-open one by surrounding it with glass panels. It’s the perfect design to keep in the fumes and grease, while still lending a sense of openness and helps to prevent your cooking space from feeling too dark.
4-Bedroom Type C2 (2,777 sqft)
Take advantage of the view from the copious amount of windows in this layout by constructing your dining bench along them. This also helps to free up more space in the living area, giving you plenty of room for a generous L-shaped sofa.
Design: FOMA Architects + Interiors
4-Bedroom Type C3 (2,756 sqft)
Consider going with a large swivel glass door as the entrance to your balcony, which makes a statement without being overly ostentatious. The wooden frame here stabilises this large piece of glass, but also reflects the wooden floors in the communal areas.
Design: Museum Homes
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