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Scandavanian at Jurong West

designed by Key Concept Pte Ltd

This unit at Jurong West is a resale HDB apartment with an estimated floor area of 1001 sqft. It features a Scandavanian style. This unit has Nordic influences but is upgraded with a modern feel altogether. In general, the hallmarks of a quintessential Scandavanian style are white walls, wood floors, modern furniture, and minimalist decor. For this unit, the primary texture used is light wood. The use of lightwood is typical in most Scandavanian designs since the country is rich in these natural elements due to the vast forests and snowy mountains that make up a large part of the continent. Unlike typical wood, the wood used in Scandavanian designs is of prestige quality and long-lasting. The secondary texture used is natural marble since this highly sought-after stone is similar to the historical marble in Andalucia. Textures and materials aside, the primary colors are white since they are the colors for the background or the foundation colors for bigger-sized furniture. Meanwhile, the secondary color is brown and greys, as seen on the wooden-wall paneling and the walls in the bathroom.

In keeping with the original form of its design, the designer accentuates the use of simple lines and light spaces. For instance, clutter and unnecessary frills are forgo-ed to make way for some simple and functional furniture/decor that leaves a clean and lasting impression.


We highly recommend this designer to those who are looking for a traditional Scandinavian design that combines both form and functionality. Aesthetically pleasing aside, this designer likes to keep it clean and minimal, as shown in the decor, walls, ceiling and furniture across the rooms in the house. We also recommend this designer for those who want quality materials, but do not want to fork out too much for renovation purposes. Over here, you can distinctively see for yourself the amount of quality Scandinavian imported wood used in the furniture and on the walls panels. Besides that, natural white marble stone is also visible on the living room walls, right behind the black console tv was mounted. However, you have to be reasonable in terms of budget since you can't expect the designer to undercharge for certain premium materials. But, it is definitely much cheaper than hiring the service of a foreign talent.

We highly recommend this designer to those who are looking for a traditional Scandinavian design that combines both form and functionality. Aesthetically pleasing aside, this designer likes to keep it clean and minimal, as shown in the decor, walls, ceiling and furniture across the rooms in the house. We also recommend this designer for those who want quality materials, but do not want to fork out too much for renovation purposes. Over here, you can distinctively see for yourself the amount of quality Scandinavian imported wood used in the furniture and on the walls panels. Besides that, natural white marble stone is also visible on the living room walls, right behind the black console tv was mounted. However, you have to be reasonable in terms of budget since you can't expect the designer to undercharge for certain premium materials. But, it is definitely much cheaper than hiring the service of a foreign talent.

1. Living Room | LG

Typical in Scandinavian design, the living room utilizes plenty of natural wood and marble stone. For instance, this distinct feature is visible on the XingFloors decorative wall paneling in maple situated at the left-end corner, the wooden flooring, and the white stone marble wall display where the LG big black LED console tv is mounted. The colors used in the room are monochrome, like whites, grays, blues, blacks, and cream colors since these colors are typical Scandavanian. Over here, you can see these colors on the decor and furniture. A pot of Far East Flora natural green plants adds to the green vibe since plants bring life to the room.

Living room with white marble tv feature wall

2. Living Room | IKEA

This is the same living room featured earlier but viewed from an entirely different angle. Over here, you can see that the room has a moody and shadowy vibe due to the lack of bright lights. The only spark of light comes from the natural sunlight outside, permeating its white magic into the insides of the living room. There are a few pieces of furniture and decor here. For starters, a Domaco four-blade white ceiling fan, some IKEA 3 spots black ceiling track spotlights, a three-seater sofa set, and others..etc. But despite its monochromatic look, pops of color can be uniquely seen on the two graphic-printed pillows lying on the sofa set.

living room with track spotlights

3. Toilet

The bathroom looks shady and dark due to the shadowy grey areas. This factor is probably due to the black octagon-shaped wall tile placed on the walls right behind the hand-washing basin and Ferrara Vera soft close seat cover white toilet. Besides that, the other reason why the whole area is darkly-lit is due to the dark shade of grey in the rest of the other surrounding walls. But, this dark versus light has a new spark of white hope, albeit in the form of a natural ray of sunlight from outside that shines into the room's insides. Other than that, this bathroom shines out due to the black hexagon wall tiles. In terms of appearance, the round shaped vanity mirror could be replaced with a LED one.

Toilet with glass bathroom panels

4. Kitchen | LG

The kitchen looks minimalistic and simple looking. But look closely, and you see a shadowy vibe, especially at the end of the right corner of the room. However, this plague of shadowy darkness is overtaken by the whiteness of the Speedy Decor's customized built in white kitchen cabinets and the random spark of white lights reflected from the left side. On the countertop of the kitchen cabinets are a few kitchen appliances like a set of LG two-burner stove, a basin for washing all your raw foods and relevant tasks, and an exhaust hood for getting rid of all the foul odors of the cooking smoke in the kitchen.

Kitchen with large built-in kitchen cabinet

5. Toilet

This is the very same bathroom that was featured earlier but only viewed from a different angle. For instance, you can see a white hands-washing basin directly built into the cream-colored bathroom cabinet, a Singaporebathtubs Lorient round-circled vanity mirror, and a green-colored plant at the right corner of the washing hand's basin. Over here, the blackness of the Soon Bee Huat hexagon-patterned cement tiled wall becomes more magnified since you are face-to-face with it. On the round-circled vanity mirror, you can see the reflection of natural lights from the windows behind. The green plants add in a touch of green vibe to the atmosphere.

toilet with black hexagon cement wall tiles
Final words

Overall, one can conclude and give their approval that the unit is designed expertly for a typical Scandavanian home, complete with Nordic features. For example, this factor can be seen via the use of wood embellishments in its furniture and wall paneling. Over here, natural wood materials of the highest quality are utilized, since this trait is a norm in Scandavanian designs. Besides that, monochromatic colors are visible on the furniture, such as the sofa set, the dark blue-colored bean bag sofa, and the complementing pillows on the sofa set. Furthermore, random pots of green plants are put here and there to add a touch of nature. Especially, since natural green plants are the symbol of life and renewal for many.

Finally, the theme across the house suits its entire surroundings - from head to toe. The designs used are consistent, and the colors are appealing too.