This spacious 50-year-old apartment in the East Coast/Marine Parade area has a beautiful coastal-inspired interior to match its breathtaking sea views. Take a look inside!
Design Zage turns a two-storey terrace house into a three-storey home with an attic for a family who loves to entertain.
The owners of this industrial-inspired, walk-up apartment at Stangee Place get to enjoy their own personal slice of paradise. Their cats also get to do the same!
See how Parallelogram Design brings atmosphere, warmth, hygge and a dash of playfulness to a family home.
The charm of Modern Colonial style living is reinterpreted in this 41-year-old resale flat designed by Ethereall.
I.D.I.D takes advantage of this District 9 apartment’s curved shape and green views to create a bright and spacious family home.
The wabi-sabi inspired home of interior designer Gabriel Ng and his wife Cheryl is a peaceful sanctuary with some truly unexpected features.
D’ Initial Concept gives a tour of a dreamy and minimalist BTO flat they designed with seamless surfaces and sculpted edges.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary shares the many reasons why Florim large format porcelain slabs make such great countertop surfaces.
The family living in this HDB flat enjoys fully connected rooms and a walkway that allows them to admire the views out the window.
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary reveals the special qualities that make natural stones from Antolini so amazing.
d’Phenomenal designs an unconventional family home complete with a rock climbing wall, and a library and entertainment den.
A shared balcony and a secret entertainment room are just some of the rare features in this executive apartment designed by Ethereall.
Tour the 600-square-foot bedroom of MONOCOT founder Mikael Teh. It’s a self-contained ‘studio apartment’ set within a semi-detached house!
In Ask Me Anything, Hafary shares the many great advantages of using large format porcelain slabs in your home.
See how Design Zage turns an old Jumbo flat in Yishun into a bright and cheery home for a couple with three young kids.
Tour the 600-square-foot bedroom of MONOCOT founder Mikael Teh. It’s a self-contained ‘studio apartment’ set within a semi-detached house.
Find out how interior designer Kalyn Guo of Home Journal combines an office with a family home.