Ethereall designed a fun, safe and practical home for a couple to raise their toddler in.
Warm and inviting, yet sleek and orderly, this BTO flat is a picture of comfort and serenity for the couple who resides here.
With the help of the design team from Dots N Tots Interior, this HDB flat is now a playful home that’s packed with storage and display cases.
Right Angle Studio’s consistent use of light oak and grey tiles, paired with pockets of smoked mirrors establish a harmonised and composed HDB home.
MET Interior designs a spacious and airy home for a young couple to enjoy their personal pursuits.
In this home designed by Ethereall, the living room, dining room, kitchen and gym all sit in one large, free-flowing communal space.
A home for a creative couple gets a facelift with an unexpected spin on a modern Japanese style.
Joey Khu ID balances the use of darker hues in this compact unit with mirrors, seamless design features and sleek lines to maintain a spacious feel.
Bold colours and funky patterns give this home a vibrant and youthful feel, and perfectly reflect the owners’ personalities.
Glenn Loh of D5 Studio Image embarks on the most significant project of his career – designing his own home.
With soft archways and Caribbean blue accents, Dots N Tots Interior turns this four-roomer into a spacious, airy and welcoming home.
While the pairing of a mid-century modern style with modern industrial accents sounds like a mismatched ensemble, IN-EXPAT made it work in this HDB flat with a less-is-more design ethos.
This home takes an experimental and exploratory approach with the help of Lux Design.
Walls have been taken down where necessary to facilitate an improved flow of spaces for a young couple who reside in this minimalist flat.
D5 Studio Image works with the unique interior architecture of this HDB flat instead of against it to create a dynamic living space for its inhabitants.
Each room in this HDB flat designed by I.D.I.D sports its own colour palette, lending a quirky and eclectic flair to the interiors.
Despite its dusky blue walls and dark wood floors, this industrial chic flat by Carpenters still looks light and expansive.
A raised platform that hides a mattress is just one of the clever design solutions employed in this residence to maximise the efficient use of space.
Dark wood textures and a clean-lined design by Couple Abode bring forth an HDB flat that shines with a minimalistic yet laidback vibe.
The designers from SPIRE have transformed a four-room flat into a clean and fuss-free Scandi-style home for a young couple.
From regular to radical-looking, this HDB flat designed by Fatema Design Studio is characterised by elaborate patterns and textures inspired by the diverse Moorish culture.
This four-room HDB flat looks and feel supersized thanks to open, connected spaces and a streamlined design scheme by Nest Spatial Design.
With its new makeover, this 3-bedder bears a timeless and contemporary design with a dose of classic English influences.
See how the designers from The Scientist inject loads of personality into this flat using a bold colour scheme and terrazzo.
Inspired by stylish showflats, Dale Aiden Le Tian of Intermod Space has given this flat a contemporary decor that will stand the test of time, and a design that accommodates a couple and their four-year-old’s evolving tastes.
To cater to the married couple’s differing preferences, the designers from Unimax Creative have created a harmonious combination of contemporary and industrial elements, and dark and light tones in their 4-room flat.
This 4-room HDB flat sports a black-and-white vintage look that beautifully captures the atmosphere of its location in a mature neighbourhood.
With most of the walls removed, this Scandi-themed HDB flat designed by Archive Design is now a tranquil and light-filled space where a young married couple can enjoy entertaining on a regular basis.
Located in Toa Payoh, this HDB BTO flat was given a trendy new look with a modern industrial vibe.
Drawing inspiration from colonial English influences, designer Ashley Loh from D’ Initial Concept has created a space that is both stylish and practical for the homeowner and his mother.