Real estate space shortage is one of the most dominant challenges that designers have to tackle in Singapore. Smaller spaces mean compact ideas and less grandiose. It also means that you’ll have to get creative with all the space saving. This is why today we’ve bought you 5 amazing space saving hacks that will completely transform your lifestyle.
1. Hidden media walls
A media wall is one of the most prominent design element in any home, but many forget that it has the potential to also be an incredible visual clutter. So what you can do is, you can completely redefine this aesthetic by going for an enclosed media wall that can also be your dual storage space. You can camouflage the whole design so that it seems seamless, simple and artfully integrated.
2. Bifold doors
Usually, open floor plans are the ultimate space savers, but at the end of the day, it’s nice to have some privacy even in these open spaces. So you can get the best of both worlds by going for bifold doors. These doors can be installed in a seamless manner. You can simply fold them up when you want the space to seem open and uncluttered, but when you need privacy, you can simply open them up to close off a space.
3. Smart furniture
Smart furniture is the newest and the most ultimate form of space saving you’ll ever experience. Need a bed but don’t have room for extra sitting? You can now get both of them in the same fixture. This image features a smart sofa that can be converted into a bed at will. It not only helps save a ton of space, it’s also a smart choice of living for a better lifestyle.
4. Pull-out beds
Customizable smart furniture is also all a part of the evolution of interior design in Singapore. If you ever need an extra bed, but don’t like the ‘bunk’ solution, here’s a neat, space saving solution for you. The sliding pullout bed is in-built under the original bed and can easily slide out like a drawer whenever you have a guest or a family member over. It’s simple, smart and amazingly original at the same time.
5. Smart desks
When space is short, you must get creative with your ideas. This image shows a nice dichotomous desk design that can be used as a study desk as well as a vanity at the same time. While the top is simple and practical, when you open it up, you’ll find a mirror and a storage space for accessories, which double as a dresser!