Huat ar!! (meaning increasing wealth in Hokkein)... LOL... that's the Chinese custom of rolling two pineapples before stepping into the new house, for wealth and prosperity.
Here's a small, 90 sqm public housing, with three bedrooms, in the northern part of Singapore. :)
Looking from the door entrance.... It's rather dark as we are living on the fifth floor... On the left is the household shelter, to the right is the kitchen.
Pathetic small kitchen.... We will be hacking off the left wall to make way for an open concept kitchen. Nevermind that people often advises about the grease and all, we need a bright kitchen and more spacious living hall. We will buy a strong hood!
The service yard area, where we will be putting the washer.
Looking out from the service yard area. That's the household shelter.
Our living room. :)
Stepping further in....
Looking from the living room. On the left is the kitchen, Behind the wall with the circular vent is the household shelter. Got it?
Moving to the left will be our bedrooms. Very small yea?
Our dining area. We plan to put a big mirror to enlarge the space. There, you see three bedrooms. We'll be combining two bedrooms into one as the master bedroom is so freakingly small.
Alright, that's about it... will update more again when there's more things to see instead of a bare house.
We started sourcing for contractors / Interior Designers (ID) since last year and finally, we decided to be our own ID. An interior designer helps to design your house but we find that most of the designs coming from such identical layout are similar, and as our house is small, there isn't much designs to play around with.
Hubby is the main "designer" and I'm fortunate that he's enjoying it and good at all the details. :)
Renovation permit has been approved and we'll be starting our renovation soon... *excited*I shall journal it down when things get going... ;)
** I have no idea why the moment I published the post, the paragraph spacing becomes so large. Sorry for the ugle presentation. ***