Many a kid’s dream is to be an astronaut growing up. Who can gaze up at the stars and planets and not marvel about going to space?
While a kid in Singapore might have to wait sometime before going to space, they can live out their dream bunking in a space capsule design in their own Geylang condo room.
On Facebook, Jesigns Interior Design shared their renovation of the room, which features a loft bed resembling a space capsule, a striking door design, and multiple light settings to simulate space conditions.
While the renovations were only carried out in a single room, the design looks like any aspiring astronaut’s dream.
Right from the entrance, a door that calls up 3023 vibes sets the mood for what lies within.
The room won’t disappoint either, as the interior is outfitted with a sleek design that calls to mind a spaceship drifting through the galaxies.
There’s a capsule-style loft bed with a starry ceiling, along with LED lights outfitted around the desk, stairs, and room.
The lights are variable, too, so you can customise the mood however you please.
While it’s entirely a personal choice to sleep in a bed with four walls around you, four cooling fans are installed to ensure the bed area is as comfy as possible.
There’s also a glass window looking out into the rest of the room, along with a projector casting to the wall for movie nights in bed.
All this combines for the most futuristic vibes you can possibly experience in Singapore — right in your own home.
Many applauded the out-of-the-world design, which is a stark contrast to what we see in most homes.
Fans of Star Wars and other sci-fi films will enjoy how spacey everything looks.
One even made a pun calling the design ‘space-cious’. You got us there.
Another cheekily asked if the ID’s client works at NASA for them to have such a futuristic room.
If you’re interested in the ID’s other works, you can check them out on Facebook.
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Featured image adapted from Jesigns Interior Design on Facebook.
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