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4-room resale flats: renovation inspirations in Singapore

By Admin , Sep 16, 2021
4-room resale flats: renovation inspirations in Singapore

Owning a resale flat has several advantages over BTO flats; the likelihood of getting the flat is higher and ownership is transferred immediately upon signing the contract, meaning that you can start renovation works as soon as possible. Here are some ideas on how you can play around with the interior design of your HDB resale flat to suit your lifestyle and personality.


Modern bachelor pad



Source: The Peak Singapore


Taking inspiration from Hall Interiors’ design above, the connecting wall between the kitchen and living room was taken down and replaced with an island. This makes entertaining guests easier as you can constantly interact with them even as you’re preparing their movie snacks. This open kitchen concept is a design hack that improves interaction with your guests.

This resale flat features dark colors and industrial lighting that gives the room traditionally more masculine energy. It is suitable for the hosts and hostesses of Singapore.


Rustic cottage




Source: Free SpaceIntent



Source: Ethereal


If you think big, white spaces are plain and boring, try out this retro pop art look! Impress your guests with this eclectic vintage look that you don’t see often in Singapore.

The red brick walls, bright jukebox, and pop art decorating the walls make it feel as if you’re stepping into a bar in New York City. For S$90,000, your HDB resale flat could look like this unique piece of art!


Stylish Industrial



Source: Lookbox Living


These resale flats were renovated for S$50,000 to S$55,000. For from the traditional HDB flats we are used to, these flats pay homage to the rustic interior design of the past. With vintage flooring, wooden architecture, and a muted color scheme, you can’t help but feel a sense of comfort every time you step into your home.



Source: 13th Design Studio


These resale flats were renovated for S$50,000 to S$55,000. Far from the traditional HDB flats we are used to, these flats pay homage to the rustic interior design of the past. With vintage flooring, wooden architecture, and a muted color scheme, you can’t help but feel a sense of comfort every time you step into your home.


Minimalist



Source: Lookbox Living


Minimalist interior designs are gaining popularity recently because of their simplicity and elegance. This kind of renovation makes your space look big and neat because of the lack of unnecessary furniture and clutter. What’s more, is that you can achieve this clean look for less than S$45,000 in Singapore.


Faux Art Gallery




Source: Lookbox Living


Another uncommon interior design for HDB flats is this industrial modern look. Depending on your preference, you could lean towards the modern minimalist concept or go for a full-fledged warehouse look. Both of these blend elements of rustic warehouse characteristics, like the plain ceramic flooring and corrugated/brick walls, together with modern features, such as clean furniture and decorations. Although these 2 styles may seem quite contrasting, we see that they actually blend seamlessly to create a uniquely modern, yet vintage, type of feeling.


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