Whether you’re revamping your home for a resale or are just sprucing up the current space to make your homes trendier and up-to-date, these 5 clever interior design tricks will definitely help you revamp your spaces:
1. Tow down the typical walls
These days, closed off spaces with solid walls are so out of fashion. Homeowners prefer a wider more visually spacious layout, and one of the best ways to do that is by replacing typical non-load bearing walls with transparent alternatives such as glass walls, bifold doors, and more. In fact, this image showcases a brilliant half-wall half-glass frame feature that works really well in typical Singaporean homes.
2. Keeping a clean circulation area
A clean circulation space is definitely something that can totally transform the way you perceive your typical spaces. This means focusing less on the furniture and paving way for space that you’re going to need to move around. Just take a look at this living room. It features a very narrow layout, but at the same time it feels pretty open and relatively spacious because of the clever layout arrangement.
3. Keep it simple
Singaporean homes are rather small, which is why efficient space management is a key component in making the overall home feel a welcoming as possible. The most appropriate advice here is that you have to keep things as simple as possible. The moment you start going overboard; with the furniture, with the accessories, with the layout – everything can become a hodge-podge mess.
4. Don’t be afraid of innovation
One of the biggest set-backs in any home interior design is that the owners are not willing to take a chance on something innovative. For example, many people are wary of pretty brass concoctions and metal furniture with slender legs that is the height of trendy. When such a choice comes up, do some personal research and consult with your designer to choose the best option.
5. Good lighting always makes things better
At the end of day, no matter how beautiful your interior design actually is, you can never fully appreciate it without the best light accompaniment. So, whether it is a small bathroom, a large living space, a compact bedroom, or a kitchen, make sure that your lighting is on par with the rest of your interior designs.