Sticking to an all-white interior does help create the illusion of spaciousness, but these five homes in Singapore went one step further and added touches of vibrant colour to instantly brighten up the living space.
20 December 2016
Sticking to an all-white interior does help create the illusion of spaciousness, but these five homes in Singapore went one step further and added touches of vibrant colour that instantly brighten up the living space. By Arman Shah
Designed by Space Sense Studio, this predominantly-white condo apartment puts an eclectic twist to the Scandinavian aesthetic. It’s clean and orderly with bright, playful colours. The balcony was also turned into a mini-garden – complete with shrubs and carpet grass – to incorporate the colours and materials of nature. See the rest of the home here.
With the help of Atelier Concept, the owners of this HDB flat explored their unique and playful interpretation of the Scandinavian style. The walls of the gym room were painted zesty yellow, the dining table features striking blue mosaic tiles, and fun elements like a foosball table is used as a coffee table in the living room. See the rest of the home here.
Designed by D’ Initial Concept, this 4-room DBSS truly pops with the addition of colour that complements the interior’s clean white lines and woody textures. The living room features a Tiffany blue wall with a decal of the romantic Parisian skyline, while the master bedroom features a cobalt blue wall that’s calming and captivating. See the rest of the home here.
This two-and-a-half storey terrace house radiates homely vibes thanks to the warm woods and off-white rustic bricks that texture and dimension to the living space. The design team from Distinct Identity further enhanced the bright and airy interior by adding multi-coloured chairs in the living room and dining area. See the rest of the home here.
If the idea of having your whole house purely in white bores you, opt for pastel colours. The designers from D’ Initial Concept managed to make this 4-room HDB flat look bigger and more cheerful with lilac and baby blue for the living room and bedroom respectively. See the rest of the home here.
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