7 Indulgent Floor Plan Ideas for Luxury Condo MeyerHouse

By Renonation / Renonation | October 21, 2019 1:00 PM SGT
If you’ve always wanted to live the high life, we show you how to do so in style, using floor plans from luxury condo MeyerHouse. Located at the very upscale district at Meyer Road (between the Tanjong Rhu and Marine Parade neighbourhoods), this exclusive development features a private lift for every of its 56 units! Talk about serious indulgence.

1. Two Kitchen Islands + Platform Bed

Floor Plan: 3-Bedroom (Type 3A) Size: 1,862 – 2,013 sqft
What’s one kitchen island when you can have two in your apartment? Thanks to the spacious wet kitchen layout, incorporate a slim island within the cooking space to increase your countertop space and to make food prep that much more convenient. To ease the visual bulk in the kitchen, consider going with a partially ‘floating’ design.
In the master bedroom, do up a platform bed that will help anchor your sleeping area while adding to your storage. Include a TV wall that features even more storage space.
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Designs: De Style Interior and Earth Interior Design

2. Storage by the Window

Floor Plan: 3-Bedroom (Type 3B) Size: 1,862 – 2,013 sqft
Common bedrooms might be a squeeze, but that doesn’t mean you should neglect storage, which are important in helping you manage your clutter. Make use of the areas by your windows to incorporate them.
Consider doing up a bay window bench that works as a cosy reading corner while also allowing underneath storage. Alternatively, you can just do up a storage cupboard, but make sure it’s built low so as to not block out the sunlight and ventilation from the windows.
Designs: The Scientist

3. Outdoor Living + Spa Sanctuary Bathroom

Floor Plan: 4-Bedroom (Type 4A) – for 4A.1 Size: 2,820 – 3,315 sqft
Private pool in your apartment? Lucky you! Take things up a notch by incorporating a cosy outdoor living area, perfect for lazy afternoons lounging by the pool. Then, ditch the formal dining area and do up a fun, casual island dining concept. Not only will it make it easier to grab bites between laps, it’s also a great layout for pool parties.
Check out the master en-suite, which features ample space for a dreamy partially sunken bathtub. Pamper yourself with a DIY spa session, right from the comfort of your home.
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Designs: HYLA Architects

4. Round Tub + Informal Dining

Floor plan: 4-Bedroom (Type 4B) Size: 2,820 – 3,315 sqft
Sunken baths not your thing? Consider changing up the conventional bathtub into a circular one. It’s ideal if you are hoping to minimise the footprint taken up in the bathroom. Incorporate whirlpool jets and you’ve got a ready Jacuzzi for an ultra-indulgent bathroom session.
Setting up a raised bar table at your kitchen island is one way to hide the food prep area, but it also means room for lounging by the island for a drink while waiting for the main course to be ready.
Designs: DistinctIdentity and The Interior Lab

5. Alfresco Dining

Floor plan: 4-Bedroom (Type 4C) Size: 2,928 – 3,305 sqft
If you’ve always like having fresh air while taking your meals, consider shifting the dining area into that generous-sized balcony space. Set aside part of that outdoor area and turn it into a mini zen garden, complete with bonsai trees set atop a bed of gravel. It makes for a much more meditative and relaxing atmosphere, turning your apartment into a soothing retreat that is a vast contrast to the bustling outside world.
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Designs: Architology

6. Staircase Storage

Floor plan: Penthouse 1 Size: 5,673 sqft
There are penthouses available at MeyerHouse as well. These limited units are indulgent double-storey spaces, packing a punch in creature comforts from spacious walk-in wardrobes to expansive living spaces.
Make the most of your staircase area by incorporating pull-out drawers. Have them clad in glossy mirrored surfaces for that elegant finish.
Design: New Chapter Design

7. Roof Terrace Lounge

Floor plan: Penthouse 4 Size: 5,683 sqft
What we really like about the penthouses is that they come with a roof terrace that makes for the perfect lounging spot. Incorporate cosy cushioned benches by the side and a home bar cabinet at the end and you will never feel like leaving the space.
Design: Architology
This article was first published on Renonation.sg.
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