Dark is beautiful in this HDB flat conceived by Archive Design where woody surfaces and warm shades lend character and intimacy.
A couple with kids have sought the help of Hall to design a home that encourages bonding.
Ethereall pulls out all the stops to give this industrial looking flat a large, open kitchen that’s fit for hosting and whipping up master-chef worthy treats.
Creating the ultimate entertaining space is about setting the right mood, which gives you the confidence to entertain, even at the last minute. Follow these essential decorating tips to get your home ready to host.
Whether they’ve been naughty or nice, everyone deserves something special.
Sporting interesting circular motifs and sleek finishes, this semi-detached house by Lux Design is a picture of modern luxury with a very desirable guest room.
To cater to the couple’s love of hosting guests, Metier Planner designed this home to feel as spacious as possible.
The homeowners’ affinity for earthy tones and modern design are executed to great effect by Design Zage in this terrace house. Glossy white surfaces are paired with woodgrain patterns to lend a contemporary but laidback look.
The open-concept kitchen needs to be good-looking – after all, everyone’s going to see it! Here are six great designs to inspire your own home renovation project.
The RETREAT system from Alustil’s MOD Grandeur series opens up your cookspace for guests and greater kitchen efficiency.
Iconic Sydney-based studio Arent&Pyke employ a solution-based understanding on design for entertaining to transform this Darling Point Penthouse into the ultimate living space for those who love to entertain.
This lofty design embraces the homeowners’ art collection and accommodates their love for entertaining.
This house in Melbourne is inspired by the city’s cafe scene and has a bright and friendly neighbourhood vibe, with colourful, communal spaces for entertaining friends and family.
Located in Clementi, this 5-room HDB flat home has been designed for entertaining, and features a modern industrial look.
The young owners of this 5-room BTO flat desired a home where they could relax, entertain and work, and the design team from D’ Initial Concept gave them exactly that.