Taking style cues from Japanese lifestyle brand Muji and Scandinavian design, this home by Dots N Tots Interior combines the best of clean, minimalistic lines with warm wood textures.
To cater to the couple’s love of hosting guests, Metier Planner designed this home to feel as spacious as possible.
To bring the homeowners’ love for cafes to life, Dots N Tots Interior established a multi-faceted material palette that exudes relaxed and rustic vibes.
A newly married couple’s desire for a home with clean lines, chamfered edges and bevelled areas are met in this bright and spacious Scandi-inspired HDB flat.
By blurring the boundaries with an open-plan layout, this HDB flat designed by The Orange Cube receives a significant boost in visual size, appeal and liveability.
White, bright, luxurious and modern describe the look that the homeowners wished for their home together. They entrusted the project to the design team at Fineline Design, who elevated the look with marble and brass trimmings.
A bold reconfiguration in layout completely transforms this BTO flat into a delightful family home.
Besides a vibrant approach to the colour scheme, Shijin Design Consultancy utilised moveable and multi-purpose fixtures to make the communal zones fun and flexible.
What makes this resale flat stand out from the rest is the wonderful mix of industrial, vintage style influences and colour. The Poetus design team also went beyond the usual custom details by repurposing old vintage accents into charming embellishments for the cabinetry.
When the owners of this 5-room HDB flat hired JX Design, top on their brief was their desire for distinctly separated private and public spaces. Designer Goh Cheah Sheh has taken this directive and given them so much more: a fun barn-style concept, and rooms that connect with one another.
Reconfigured and modernised by the Design of Schatz designers, this old flat now has a bright and welcoming ambiance. It features a cat room, dry and wet kitchens and spacious communal zones to serve the lifestyle needs of the family of six.
Turning this old HDB flat into a woody industrial haven took plenty of structural alterations and hacking works. The D.D.I team’s streamlined and practical design approach to the living space has culminated in a spacious and storage-friendly home for a newly-wed couple.
The designers from three-d conceptwerke have taken their clients’ love for dark colours and made it the dominent feature in this 5-room flat.
Photographers Chloe and Dominic’s fondness for vintage treasures is warmly reflected in their resale flat unit designed by Third Avenue Studio, where industrial-style accents and second-hand finds conjure a worldly eclectic charm.