Homegrown patisserie, Kki Sweets, has reopened after shuttering their outlet at the School of the Arts. It now has a new, minimalist space along Seah Street to call home, where husband-wife duo Kenneth Seah and Delphine Liau dreams up elegant, dainty, and picture-worthy desserts. Its pared-back aesthetics can even be found in the menu; it eschews imagery for imagination, leaving only coloured lines and a short list of ingredients to pique the interest.
The less-is-more ethos is increasingly catching on – from Muji-like interiors to Marie Kondo-ing your wardrobes. Eateries around town have also been embracing the pared-down aesthetic, which – ironically – makes them stand out from the crowd.
White-washed walls and sparse furniture might seem a little sterile. But sometimes less really is more. Hit up these spaces in Singapore that follow minimalist principles and feel inspired to start decluttering your life too.