By The Minimalist Society

Mindfully Made

Thoughtfully designed, meticulously crafted.

Singapore japanese kitchen muji


A quick refresh to the environment, these homeowners wanted their home to be aesthetic yet functional for their family. They wanted to build a place that’s homely and safe for their children. Let’s step into this contemporary minimalist four-bedroom home.

Before Renovation: Some Pain Points 

  • The house generally receives little natural light
  • Kitchen is cramp and feels isolated from the rest of the home
  • Cracks evident on some existing tiles
  • Ageing electrical systems in need of a complete refitting
  • Not family-friendly

From Homeowners: Renovation Requests

  • Hopes to transform their home into a light-filled oasis
  • Storage spaces to be less cluttered
  • Have an inviting living room to gather and spend quality time together
  • Like to have a play cum study corner for their daughter
Singapore condo design Floorplan


We want to create a house that these homeowners could come back from a long day of work and be able to let their hairs down. With that, we switched up the dark colours for something light and woody. The light colour palette allows the house to look more spacious and warm.

For the kitchen area, we kept to the light wooden colour palette to remain consistency and added the open countertop as an area that the family would be able to cook together.

As requested, we turned one of the bedrooms into a study room. To maximise the space in the bedroom, we built in a platform bed, study desk and a full-height storage cabinet to make the best use of this space.


The homeowners and their kids were extremely pleased with how the house turned out. We are glad to be able to have the opportunity to create a little family haven for them. It truly brings us joy to be able to put smiles on people’s faces.

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