A Homey Minimalist Look for a 36sqm Studio Unit
To make the condo appealing to possible renters, interior designer Tala Singson worked with natural textures and an all-white-and-gray color scheme
Those who are looking for a place to rent have a checklist to accomplish before finally settling on a property. Aside from making sure it’s accessible to one’s workplace and other establishments, it’s essential to have a flexible space that’ll make it easier for the renter to personalize the unit and make it his or her own. The same principle guided interior designer and Real Living associate style editor Tala Singson in designing this 36sqm studio unit.
Watch how this home came to be in the video below:
Since the owners wanted to have a minimalist style that would appeal to future tenants, Tala worked with natural finishes, a neutral color scheme, and an open layout to keep the unit airy and looking spacious. In addition to bringing in new pieces, the designer also incorporated some of the quirky must-haves left by the previous homeowner into the final look. These touches not only added a laid-back feel to the space, it also made it easier for Tala to keep within the project’s budget. After the renovation period, the unit is now ready for viewing—with natural light coming in from the windows, the inviting seating pieces, and its charming nooks—it has become an envy-worth space that anyone would love to call home.
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