Yishun Glen BTO Owners, Picture Your New Home with These 3D Renders
Your new life is about to begin!
Congrats, Yishun Glen BTO homeowners – the date to your key collections is just around the corner! Ideally, you should have already begun to plan your renovation, and if you still don’t know what you want in your future home, the time to figure it out is now.
In fact, we can help you do just that. Below, these 3D mock-ups of each type of BTO flat in Yishun Glen may be the spark you need to jumpstart your brainstorming process!
1. 2-room Flexi BTO flat in Yishun Glen
The floorplan of a 2-room Flexi BTO flat in Yishun Glen
A 2-room Flexi BTO flat may be the smallest of the lot, but that doesn’t mean you can’t play around with the space. Case in point: this rugged NYC loft-inspired bachelor pad, designed by Starry Homestead.
Sectioned off from the kitchen and bathroom, the bedroom and living room were merged to create a bigger personal space. But rather than looking unstructured, the curved settee and table anchors the open-concept look with clear lines that add depth to the space.
The clever space-planning also extends into the galley-style kitchen, where one side was turned into a bar counter that even has space to conceal the washing machine!
2. 3-room BTO flat in Yishun Glen
With its light, creamy colour palette, this 3D mock-up of a 3-room BTO flat in Yishun Glen (courtesy of Ovon Design) is nothing short of cute, chic, and cheery.
As expected in any farmhouse-style home, the layout and furniture were kept simple, thus allowing the finer, rustic details – namely, the organic textures and panelled surfaces – to take centre stage.
This formula was likewise applied to both the common and master bathrooms, both of which boast a clean, visually-appealing look that is further amplified by the tile colours and patterns.
3. 4-room BTO flat in Yishun Glen
While most white-and-wood homes stick to a single wood tone, this mock-up incorporates different kinds of wood – like maple, oak, and walnut – for visual contrast, while decor like throws, rugs, and rattan baskets pile onto the cosiness factor.
Inside, the kitchen and bathroom sport a cleaner, simpler look – but rather than looking boring, little details like the kitkat tile backsplash and the blonde wood shower area keeps the space visually interesting.
4. 5-room BTO flat in Yishun Glen
Neutral colours have a soothing way about them, and that’s all too clear in Createmake’s 3D render of a 5-room BTO flat in Yishun Glen.
Shades of white, beige, and brown work harmoniously together to create a layered, natural look, with tastefully-chosen black accents and potted greens imbuing the space with extra visual oomph.
If you ever doubted pink’s ability as a neutral colour, well – here’s proof that it works. Rosy kitchen cabinets look right at home amongst the traditional neutral hues while still contributing a sense of warmth and youthfulness to the home.