Wednesday, February 8, 2012

More than just a backyard...

During December last year, my hubby and I decided to renovate our backyard in order to create a small room.

My backyard before renovation...

The bamboo trees had grown out of shape. We chopped off a big portion of it before the renovation started.

Added wooden strip on the transparent roof to block sunlight. Also, we opted for glass door instead of a brick wall to retain the outdoor feel.

The frameless glass door that brings the outdoor in.

The water feature and Buddha statue were already there for a few years.

The leaves grow fast and nowadays my maid trims the plant frequently.

Ceramic holders from Ikea. I finally have a mini art studio!

Drop leaf tables from Ikea.

2 more tables on the other wall. It's a space saving idea!

Translucent roller blind with anti-UV coating

The wooden hippo I bought from an African market in Paris many years ago.

2 tinted glass doors that separate the dining room from the new room.

Added 3 new spot light

Everyone is enjoying this new space at home!


Eunice Tee尤妮絲 said...

I like your new ID idea, i should ask your advise once i move to my new house....nice!

Sunny-Cookie said...

What a creative use of that space, if blog posts had a 'LIKE' button I would click it!

YuinTing said...

Thanks, Eunice. I love interior design and sure would love to share with you :-)

Hi Sunny-Cookie, thanks for your compliment. It is truly a fun project. I remember coming across your blog entry about you and your hubby decorated one wall with a few photo frames, I'm sure it is very fun too!

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Yuin Ting, Wow! Very artistic and classy. Love your choice of colours.
Looks more like 5 star hotel now too.
You and hubby sure got good taste in decor, and love the bamboo plants.
Nice! Very nice, outstanding!

YuinTing said...

Hi Uncle Lee, thanks for your compliment! I like to decorate my house and I love to play with colours. Guess you also notice I love red... actually my dining room is RED and I'm sure it will increase the appetite, ha ha!