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Home to a small family unit, this maisonette has been completely transformed into a hip residence that defies typical housing typologies with each level serving different functions.
Home to an avid tea connoisseur and collector, this flat serves as an intimate sanctuary for any tea lovers to relax in, and a catalyst to meaningful conversations.
Metaphor Studio manipulated the layout of this Pinnacle@Duxton resale flat as a stage for a couple to live out their best lives for many years to come.
Craftsmen Studio crafts an incisively simple yet versatile home with details meticulously designed to add depth, finesse and character.
Aart Boxx Interior turned a restrictive HDB typology into a voluminous flat that capitalises on the luxury of space without compromising on aesthetics.
Warm and inviting, yet sleek and orderly, this BTO flat is a picture of comfort and serenity for the couple who resides here.
This BTO flat is primed for working, relaxing, and entertaining thanks to its open-plan layout, clever space planning and thoughtful details devised by Aart Boxx Interior.
By taking inspiration from Japanese design elements, AMP Design Co. gave this pared-back apartment a minimalist aesthetic.
The abundance of space in this HDB flat allows Aart Boxx Interior to experiment with secret doors, indoor balconies, and a reconfigured layout.
Industrial, Peranakan and Moroccan elements unite in this eclectic BTO flat designed by Ethereall.
MET Interior designs a spacious and airy home for a young couple to enjoy their personal pursuits.
This 20-year-old unit gets a makeover with restructuring strategies and customised features by AP Concept.
In this home designed by Ethereall, the living room, dining room, kitchen and gym all sit in one large, free-flowing communal space.
A cheerful colour scheme, geometric carpentry work and an open-concept plan make this flat by DSOD Interior a bright and spacious home.
Happe Design Atelier uses creative space segmentation and materiality to bring distinct character and maintain openness in this three-room flat.
A well-travelled family’s European-influenced residence mixes classic and modern details for a cosy yet distinguished home.
By taking inspiration from Japanese interior design, D5 Studio Image gave this jumbo flat a bright, airy and sophisticated look.
An open concept and a flexible spatial layout allow the owners of this HDB flat to adjust the rooms of their home to meet their immediate needs quickly and easily.
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A home for a creative couple gets a facelift with an unexpected spin on a modern Japanese style.
Eschewing the overdone design of wood-clad interiors, Fineline Design looked to leather, stone and concrete-like finishes and greyish hues to give this maisonette a cosy yet modern look.
Metier Planner employs unconventional design manoeuvres to boost the impression of space and livability in this 721sqft flat.
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Eye-catching stone, Islamic motifs and a keen eye for detailing instil a sense of quiet luxury and homely, hospitality-like comfort in this HDB flat.
This resale flat undergoes a massive transformation to meet a young couple’s work needs, hobbies and personal preferences.
Bold colours and funky patterns give this home a vibrant and youthful feel, and perfectly reflect the owners’ personalities.
Flo Design breathes new life into the predictable Scandinavian interior style with a touch of eclectic bohemian flair for this couple’s first home.
Exacting details and finishes channel the idea for this swanky bachelor pad where the function is not an afterthought.
M Atelier personalises this home with unique touches inspired by the couple’s love for entertaining, travelling and baking.
Dots N Tots Interior crafts a home with a neutral palette that is as laid-back as its owners.
Designer Joey Khu’s new home is staged for quiet evenings in – and a hoard of design objects.
Vivre Creative Design plays with a monochromatic colour scheme and nifty storage features to give this lived-in resale flat a second life.
Glenn Loh of D5 Studio Image embarks on the most significant project of his career – designing his own home.
Humble no more, this HDB flat by Lux Design dials up on luxury and is now a glamorous family home with a space-smart configuration.
What was once a dull, dated and uninspiring HDB flat has now been refurbished with a clean, refreshing Scandinavian feel by AP Concept.
Home to a painter and a businessman, the rustic industrial abode boasts a large art studio, in place of an ordinary living room. Although an unusual choice that calls for careful space planning, the designers from three-d conceptwerke pulled it off with elegance and style.
AMP Design Co. creates a serene and characterful Peranakan-inspired flat that pays tribute to the retired occupants’ heritage.
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.
With striking display showcases and utilitarian industrial accents, Metier Planner pumps up the visual appeal of this liquor collectors’ home.
With a dark palette and industrial elements, this multigenerational family home has a bold personality.
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.
Ushering warmth and visual depth, dark colours are the order of day in this bachelor pad by Fineline Design.
In this 4-room HDB flat, the designers from Metier Planner came up with a concept that works for the family of three.
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.
This resale flat unit overhauled by Design 4 Space showcases a timeless modern classic style with a bold new twist.
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.
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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.
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.
Charming and nostalgic, this uniquely-designed executive apartment by Dots N Tots Interior presents a fluid spatial flow which encourages family bonding and hosting company.
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.
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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.
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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.
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These outstanding HDB flats designed by some of Singapore’s top interior designers will have you question your current living space.
This 4-room HDB flat sports a black-and-white vintage look that beautifully captures the atmosphere of its location in a mature neighbourhood.
Art, design, colour and spatial practicality come together in a fashionable composition to give this BTO flat a modern luxe vibe.
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.
Neutral colours and a clean-lined contemporary design give this Bukit Batok HDB flat home a modern look and spacious feel.