Small wonder: Creative storage ideas for 950 sq ft home for family of four

A rattan chair, a coffee table and a turf carpet (above) turn the balcony into a cosy nook for relaxing.
A rattan chair, a coffee table and a turf carpet (above) turn the balcony into a cosy nook for relaxing.PHOTO: SPH MAGAZINES; ART DIRECTION: NONIE CHEN
The feature wall by the home’s entrance (above) is created using wallpaper with a tile motif.
The feature wall by the home’s entrance (above) is created using wallpaper with a tile motif.PHOTO: SPH MAGAZINES; ART DIRECTION: NONIE CHEN
The bench by the window in a third bedroom (above) provides a lounging spot for lazy days.
The bench by the window in a third bedroom (above) provides a lounging spot for lazy days.PHOTO: SPH MAGAZINES; ART DIRECTION: NONIE CHEN
The built-in bed frame (above) in the younger son’s bedroom offers storage to help keep the space clutter-free.
The built-in bed frame (above) in the younger son’s bedroom offers storage to help keep the space clutter-free.PHOTO: SPH MAGAZINES; ART DIRECTION: NONIE CHEN
In the elder son’s bedroom, a ceiling ledge (above) was created to conceal the beam as well as provide additional storage.
In the elder son’s bedroom, a ceiling ledge (above) was created to conceal the beam as well as provide additional storage.PHOTO: SPH MAGAZINES; ART DIRECTION: NONIE CHEN

Creative storage ideas and styling turn this 950 sq ft space into a cosy home for a family of four

Home owners Darius Tng and Veronica Chong decided to move from their executive flat in the east after viewing a showflat in Edgedale Plains and being impressed by it.

The couple, who are in their 40s, also loved the fact that the project was within walking distance of the nearest LRT station.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 17, 2018, with the headline 'Small wonder'. Print Edition | Subscribe