Updated: Nov 21, 2019
If you've already seen some of our done-up work on our social media platform, aren't you curious about how it looks like before?
We'll start off with Kitchen, so get your heart ready...
For Kitchen, we actually hack and dismantle everything. Including floor and wall tiles to window grilles and casements. Everything you see before had been replaced.
More in-depth, here's the list of things we had done:
Plastering of the whole unit including ceiling (if you bought a resale that has already been around for 20-30 years is best you plaster the whole unit so that you won't see "brickly & uneven" walls.) & partitions.
Rewired the entire unit (to play safe, always rewire the unit as you are unaware of how the previous electrician wired the place they could extend from wire to wire as connection and it really makes the place very unsafe.)
Change of Casement windows (Homeowners can face a penalty of up to $5,000 and/or jail term of up to six months for failing to replace all aluminium rivets in casement windows with stainless steel rivets.) - Check on the link from Straits Times
We always believed in safety, "An incident is just the tip of the iceberg, a sign of a much larger problem below the surface. - Don Brown"
New set of Kitchen Cabinets, Aluminium framed fixed panel & door to section a service yard area from the original Kitchen space.
Moving on, to living area..
We sectioned a walk area and a build up for privacy purpose. Same here, aluminium fixed panel and a half-wall partition.
A 4ft Shoe cabinet, false ceiling and vinyl flooring throughout. We've mixed white and light grey to achieve a gentle look.
We've combined two bedrooms for this build-up. First we "deconstructed" this master bathroom and converted it into a spa-like private sanctuary. Section it out with partition and revamp the other half to a walk-in closet.
If you do not have a spare room, you can still fit in a king size bed with two side tables.
Otherwise, a whole room just for your clothes and accessories, that's not too extravagant, because you're worth it.
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