From HDB flats to private apartments and landed properties, here are 10 impressive homes to steal ideas for your own.
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.
This HDB flat gets reworked by Design 4 Space and now presents lots of open spaces and a homely Nordic design aesthetic.
Dark wood textures and a clean-lined design by Couple Abode bring forth an HDB flat that shines with a minimalistic yet laidback vibe.
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.
Design 4 Space nailed the Hello Kitty-meets-Nordic aesthetic by finding common design ground in light pastels.
This four-room HDB flat looks and feel supersized thanks to open, connected spaces and a streamlined design scheme by Nest Spatial Design.
Blending modern comforts with the existing wood finishes, Design 4 Space has created a chic and cosy living space all set for better liveability.
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.
Bearing a modern, Zen-like aesthetic, this HDB flat is a quiet repose adapted for a young couple who embraces the minimalist Japanese lifestyle.
Endowed with full creative control, Raymond Kuek’s team from Fineline Design, turned this plain-vanilla BTO unit into a modern contemporary haven for a pair of newly-weds.
Inspired by stylish show flats, Dale Aiden Le Tian of Intermod Space imbued this HDB flat with classic contemporary decor that stands the test of time. The designer opted for a monochromatic colour scheme and accommodated the couple and their four-year-old’s evolving tastes.
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.
With the help of D’ Initial Concept, a couple’s dream of an unconventional home comes true.
This HDB flat celebrates good coffee and the homeowners’ worldly adventures with a charming and laid-back style.
These outstanding HDB flats designed by some of Singapore’s top interior designers will have you question your current living space.
These outstanding HDB flats, designed by some of Singapore’s top interior designers, show that high-rise living can be super stylish!
This 4-room resale HDB flat has been renovated to look like a New York loft, with practically no walls!
Located in Toa Payoh, this HDB BTO flat was given a trendy new look with a modern industrial vibe.
Neutral colours, customised cabinetry, and simple, but striking, design features make this Punggol HDB flat a comfortable abode.