10 Types of Homes You Wouldn’t Believe Existed in Singapore
After purchasing your new home, getting an interior designer to realise the vision for your home is quintessential to creating a space you’ll truly enjoy in the years to come. Since your home is where you can put your feet up after a long day at work, it’s no wonder Singaporeans are investing more into their homes. Take a peek into these 10 innovative spaces that you wouldn’t believe existed in Singapore.
1. Hygged Up
Interior Designer: Uno Interior | Qanvast.com
Embracing the Danish way of life, Singaporeans are bringing more “hygge” into their homes. Think lots of throws, pillows and softness underfoot for you to cosy up in. Comfort is key for this Scandinavian home décor, bringing you the feeling of contentment and warmth.
2. Eclectic Ensemble
Interior Designer: The Scientist | Qanvast.com
A surprising mix of prints and patterns, furniture and furnishings – this tastefully curated selection is a feast for the eyes that’s anything but boring. With unique design elements, your interest is sure to be piqued at every turn. This eclectic style brings a whole lot of personality to your typical Singaporean flat.
3. Fashionably Mod
Interior Designer: Mr Shopper Studio | Qanvast.com
Incorporating sleek curvatures will brings out a chic mid-century modern vibe to your abode. Double that up with a glamorous pastel palette to complete the look and you’re left with an irresistible space to call home.
4. Raw Industrial Cool
Interior Designer: IN EXPAT | Qanvast.com
With an easy-going and laid-back vibes, the appeal of this cool, grungy style is plain as day. Great for chilling with friends over drinks, it’s the perfect party pad for young Singapore homeowners.
5. Mono Minimalist
Interior Designer: Third Avenue Studio | Qanvast.com
There’s nothing basic about this style. Less doesn’t mean it doesn’t impress! With a monochromatic palette, it’s all about finding that dynamic interplay and balance between patterns, textures and finishes.
6. Clean-cut Contemporary
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY | Qanvast.com
A contemporary style emphasises form and line, doing away with designs that clutter and distract. With a design that focuses on architecture, the end result is a sense of stability as the elements come together in equilibrium.
7. Japanese-Inspired Zen
Interior Designer: D5 Studio Image | Qanvast.com
Reminiscent of traditional Japanese inns or ryokans, the incorporation of wooden sliding doors and tatami mats into Singaporean homes help to create a zen atmosphere. What better place to retreat to from the hustle and bustle of hectic city life?
8. Polished Luxury
Interior Designer: The Interior Lab | Qanvast.com
Recreate your favourite 5-star hotel experience with a luxurious and intimate space – opt for luscious dark hues with gold accents to create a polished, upscale ambience at home.
9. Old-School Vintage
Interior Designer: Lux Design | Qanvast.com
If you love a good ol’ design that brings a tinge of nostalgia, this design will certainly tug on your heartstrings. Industrial elements and bold black accents evoke sensibility and level headedness to this home’s design, which is both welcoming and unpretentious.
10. European Vintage
Interior Designer: Imagine by SK66 | Qanvast.com
This one’s for the polished individual who can’t help but add a little finesse to everything they touch. French mouldings, shiny surfaces and Victorian flourishes, this space has a European appeal, right in the heart of Singapore.
This article was contributed by Qanvast, an interior design platform for homeowners passionate about their home design. Download the free app to get inspired by thousands of local home ideas and connect with interior designers.