Entering this executive apartment at Woodlands is like walking into a modern tropical resort. The use of timber grains, natural materials and warm colours complete the warm home setting with the layout centred around a indoor garden feature. The main attraction in the living area is the indoor garden which includes a water feature juxtaposed against a feature stone wall. Behind the feature stone wall, partially hidden amidst the garden setting, is the entrance to the common bathroom which also functions as the powder area.
The dining area is kept at the side in an enclave with a rustic setting and is partially concealed from the living area. Its timber-decked flooring enhances the modern resort theme. The modern resort theme carries through into the kitchen with its rich terracotta-look tiles and the luxurious wrap-around slate and matching silestone top at the sink area.
The solid teak walk-in wardrobe at the entrance of the master bedroom provides storage while adding to the rustic appeal. The romantic 4-post bed, companied with dark rattan and solid wood furniture perfect the look of a private sanctuary for the master bedroom. The grandparent's bedroom is done in a more conservative and conventional way, keeping it simple and comfortable for the elderly. The balcony is well-utilised as a cosy corner for the family. The granite slabs and pebbles, together with the potted plants give a casual, laid-back feel.