Who we are:
From day one, we’ve believed that space planning is the most important aspect of interior design. We work with our clients and understand their needs well to sculpt the spaces of their dreams. We are a creative team that’s always on the lookout for new ways to build things.
Why we love our job:
We enjoy the process and progressing through the different stages with the client, from design conceptualisation to the completion of the renovation. We also love discovering different materials and the creative possibilities they offer.
How we work with clients:
To achieve a successful project outcome, we focus on timeliness, transparency and trust between both parties.
Changing patterns we’re seeing in residential design:
With the current pandemic, more homeowners want workspaces at home. However, they may find it difficult to distinguish between spaces for relaxing and for work. As designers, we carefully select materials, colours and do space planning to provide comfort and proper spatial segregation.
A couple so loved what Artistroom did with their first home that they engaged the interior design studio when they moved to a larger property.
Artistroom has redesigned this four-room flat in a way that makes good sense for the owner and her two dogs.
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Artistroom removed existing walls, and had glass walls and doors put in place to improve light and air circulation throughout this apartment.
Artistroom has transformed this 4-room flat into a spacious pad for a globetrotting bachelorette who also loves to entertain.
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Following plenty of restructuring to the layout, Artistroom conceptualised a home that embraces sleek furnishings and a variety of textures for a family of three.
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Artistroom turned this dimly lit resale HDB flat on Havelock Road into an airy, comforting home.
Inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and aesthetics, the homeowners’ brief to the designers of Artistroom was to create a cosy abode with warm wood tones. The designers also addressed the issue of privacy – seeing as the flat is a corridor unit – by installing bespoke adjustable wooden louvred windows.
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When you stay in a home that’s surrounded by nature, and enjoys a deluge of sunlight, it’s best to take full advantage of this natural luxury. This condominium in East Coast enjoys a good view of the surrounding greenery, and benefits from its large open windows and a balcony that puts nature almost within reach. […]
In this two-storey maisonette, the kitchen is the heart of the home. Boutique interior design firm Artistroom gave it its due course.