Square Rooms


Having a hard time deciding on the perfect kitchen layout for your cooking space? With a lot to consider such as the available kitchen space, your cooking habits and how to segregate your kitchen efficiently from the rest of other public zones, it’s something best left for the experts to decide. That was what the homeowners of these four kitchens had in mind when they engaged I-Bridge to conceptualise and then materialise their dream kitchens.

The first, the most striking of the lot, is definitely the kitchen with a black and yellow colour theme. Fitted with a yellow coloured glass back splash, the cooking quarters dazzles with modernity. To advocate the abundance of natural lighting streaming through the windows, the walls are lined with hi-gloss laminate counters in pristine white. Adding to the expanse of the light flow is the application of granite worktops which is tough enough to withstand the daily grind of heavy cooking sessions. Moving to another kitchen which is decked in a purple glass backsplash, the walls are painted in a similar shade to complete the picture. Since the kitchen is only used for light cooking, the designers chose a sleeker design scheme with glass shelves flanking the walls. More glass elements are utilised by demarcating the kitchen from the rest of the home with a glass sliding door. This also helps to contain the cooking smells only in the kitchen.

Though this next open concept kitchen does not have a glass sliding door to keep the cooking smells away from the rest of other zones, a cooking hood helps to minimise the flow. Besides the open plan layout, the use of light-coloured solid surface worktops and laminate cabinets adds the impression of a more spacious kitchen. For a hint of colour contrast, dark coloured glass backing is fitted on the wall. In the last kitchen, sleek black wall tiles paired with glossy coloured glass backing create a stylish cooking space. White solid surface worktops and acrylic cabinets line the walls and make up a sleek monochromatic colour scheme.


A granite worktop which juts out from the L-shaped kitchen layout serves as a bar counter, breakfast counter and a kitchen island for food preparation purposes.