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  1. Wandervale, the newest Executive Condominium located in Choa Chu Kang has TOP. Have you gotten your keys? Do share with us your renovation journey and ideas on personalising your new abode Share with us your 2D floor plan to get a free 3D interior design drawing. Limited to 50 per month. Terms & Conditions Apply. Submit your interest to https://renotalk.com/renovation-packages ?
  2. Hello! I typed a long post the other day... but don't know how to post photo... and it's gone~ So shall do a summarized version here. (Thanks to sapphire89 for teaching me! ) First of all, thank you to all t-bloggers for sharing your reno journey/tips/experiences! Being a total reno-noob, reading t-blogs really helped! It was so much fun looking at all the beautiful & creative photos! Our BTO Journey My husband (then BF) & I applied for our BTO in September 2012. We were very blessed to be able to choose a nice unit despite having a queue number that exceeds the number of units available. It's our 1st application for BTO too! Finally after 3 years, we collected our keys 4 days ago! Anyway, since I cannot do a long post now... shall end off with our floor plan: Will try to update soon!
  3. HI guys just sharing my floorplan for your need
  4. Hi..can any kind soul help me interpret from this floor plan whether the wall between the master bedroom and bedroom 2 can be hacked? It is a 30 yr old flat in bedok reservoir. Thanks!
  5. This is our second HDB unit. As I recalled we were issued floorplan when we collected our keys many years ago, but this time round, it does not come as standard. Or am I missing something? Anyone? Can we request it or do we have pay HDB? And if I did managed to get the floorplan, is there anyone in Singapore that can convert it to a 3d model which I can edit with CAD software or something? Hope to find some answers or pointers here. Thanks!
  6. hello all, i'm new to this as introduced by my friend to this forum. as i will be shifting into a resale towards the end of the year or in jan 2016 would like to know if there's anyway i can get a floor plan? the owner who passed me their original is decades old already. also, would be glad for a head start on what i can look out for and how long should i plan in advance to look for my contractor or ID... my concern is hidden costs if i were to sign an ID before getting my keys as to a few horror stories i've heard from friends.. or should i wait till i get my keys? to get a accurate quotation... heard a lot of extra costs esp for resale. kindly advise... thanks
  7. sentinel


    From the album: 2nd renovation

  8. Hello everyone! Now that we've finally gotten our keys to our love nest, I've decided to start blogging about our reno journey! Wasn't too sure how helpful this will be but seeing how much insight & tips I got from the various renotalkers now happily settled in their homes, I've decided to give it a go If nothing else, it'll be a journal of sorts for us on this eventful adventure ============================================================================= {The One With The Space Planning Conundrum} Once we got our pdf floorplan from the HDB officer in late 2013, we started researching on #pinterest (helpful tags are #hdb #hdbrenovation), #renotalk, #homeanddecor, #squarerooms and #lookboxliving for ideas on using small space efficiently & creatively. At the time of selecting our flat, we weren't sure about the space needs of our home (Eg. 1kid or 2kids? Is MIL staying with us?) and the 4room seemed like a better fit over the 5room. Since we have gotten used to the vastness of my parents' EA, we know some hacking will be needed to open up the communal area for entertaining guests. To better visualize the amount of space we have, we decided to do a comparison using the images sourced on #homedecor & #squareroom: OPTION 1: Hack 50% of L-Wall in Kitchen, Hack 50% of Study Wall (To replace hacked portions with Glass) (all images taken off home&decor & renotalk) Pros (both): Increase in overall visual space, Cool air from aircon won't leak out, Maintains a clean look. Glass is quite affordable. Cons (both): Not really sound proof. No real improvement for interaction as we are still separated by glass (so weird to talk through glass). Dead-space behind the area blocked by opened glass door (which will be open most of the time I imagine) Somehow it felt safer to stick with what the majority went for and see if it fits us. Husband eventually put his foot down that he don't want to have to shout from his study to me in the living room. Ok so no glass. Even when I showed him these images. ESPECIALLY the ones with a black frame. OPTION 2: Hack 100% of L-Wall in Kitchen, Hack 100% of Study Wall Pros (for kitchen): Increase in dining area, Possibility for bar counter (which I've always wanted OMG! ), Fridge can now be in dining space for guests to help themselves while I'm cooking (I'm ok with glass sliding doors separating the wet kitchen from the hall) Cons (for kitchen): Loss of counter & storage space (which the bar counter can make up for so not really a con yay ) Pros (for study): Increase in hall area for interaction while still being in study area. Cons (for study): OMG WE GOT SO STUCK HERE!! Day after day, our conversation will revolve around this #holeinthewall conundrum. We know that we'll need that study to function as a bedroom eventually. So the design has to incorporate both our present and future needs. And that hole is HUGE. About 7feet wide. Husband is adamant about being able to talk to guests & watch movies from the TV WHILE seated from his table in the study. I'm adamant abt preserving the option for privacy with curtains or blinds (which will need glass right?!) Multifold doors look nice but when they are folded open, the combined thickness is such an eyesore and eats into the sofa space. Casement windows are also out as someone will knock their heads on the open window frames (duh). Sliding doors look the sleekest of the lot but they trap dust on the lower track and are difficult to clean. And half of the view will always be blocked. Oh Mai Gawd... I even roped in my brother into the discussion/debate since he's also collecting his keys within this year. The longer we got stuck at this #holeinthewall, the more unsure we were about approaching contractors for quotes. We can't even come to a conclusion, how're we supposed to tell the contractor what we want done??? I was not even keen to meet with any contractors at this point. We so so needed help By this time, my bro had met up with quite a few IDs/contractors for quotes and following his recommendation, we decided to meet up with one of them. We presented our problem to him and asked if he had any solutions before. Imagine our faces when he suggested "curtains"...... #winliaolor #myhouseisnotatheatreleh I think he panicked a little seeing our reaction haha! Then his kakia suggested building a halfwall using partition board, with a flap that can be swung open & downwards, airplane-tray-table style. So if we need to install glass in the future, we can just open the flap, slot in a glass panel, then close and seal the flap. But this idea sounds so... flimsy :/ Not fun to consider how glass might fall onto our heads while watching TV. That's when we decided to go for a second opinion... (To be continued)
  9. tampan


    From the album: Panda's Resort Habitat

  10. WengLinJie


    From the album: 3room HDB

  11. amirahpaul

    Floorplan renotalk

    From the album: Amirahpaul

    Floorplan 3"A"
  12. DefinitelyMaybe

    Existing house plan

    From the album: Floorplan

    And this is an handdrawn (inaccurate, agar-agar) existing floorplan of the house. As you can see, the previous owners shifted the wall of the BDR3 out into the living room - which will be one of the biggest headache of this entire renovation. This is a challenging project and already I am feeling sorry for my ID.
  13. DefinitelyMaybe

    Original house plan

    From the album: Floorplan

    This the orginal HDB floorplan of the house....