Be it your first BTO or an upgrade from your 4-room HDB, I’m sure everyone’s excited whenever we purchase a new house. For all the dreamers out there who have been planning your renovation ever since you can remember, kudos to you! On the other hand, if you’re here, I’ll assume you have reached a creative block, and we’re here to help!
There is no point rushing headfirst into the first idea that comes into your mind then regretting it a little way down the road. Research is always important, so is consulting a professional. We’ll get the former covered for you right here, and a tiny bit of the latter.
1. Modern Contemporary
Pastel Modern Contemporary (264F Compassvale Bow)
Modern Contemporary (21 Trevista)
Modern Contemporary with Wood Accents (Central Grove)
Modern Contemporary (Bellewaters)
Source: Rezt & relax
Scandinavian (Lake Vista)
Scandinavian (86 Parc Centros)
Industrial (8C Kallang Trivista)
Source: Aart Boxx Interior
Industrial (202 Loyang Avenue)
Our suggested 3 concepts (Modern Contemporary, Scandinavian, and Industrial) checks out a few key considerations – modern and trendy to keep your house looking fresh and cosy, as well as minimalist with a few accent items to make the best use of the space yet making sure it stands out.
Pastel colours are the hottest right now, with the rise of social media ‘aesthetics’ especially the shade ‘millennial pink’. Grayscale will never go out of trend, basic, simple, yet exuberating class and sophistication.