The unusual combination of materials and colours as well as striking furniture pieces in this three-room flat creates a visually captivating interior that’s truly unexpected. Take a look inside!
Using ordinary materials like plywood, concrete and vinyl, Khai Toh of design studio KTARCH has turned his humble Ang Mo Kio flat into a beautiful “sanctuary for the common man”.
A young couple’s passion for travel, art and collecting are colourfully displayed in this four-room flat in Dakota Breeze.
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.
An old four-room flat in Queen Street gets transformed into an inviting home filled with retro, nostalgic and mid-century modern touches.
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!
The indoors and out are alluringly blurred in this Japandi-inspired penthouse. Enviable features include a skylight, an ‘infinity’ timber decking, and an expansive balcony.
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.