It’s always a challenge to come up with new design elements to make your homes different, but the base needs remain quite the same. Here are 5 contemporary home design accessories that ever Singaporean home needs:
1. The floating console
Gone are the days of stuffy TV trolleys that used to be featured in corners. We live in the time and age of sleek LCD screens and wireless home automation systems, so the furniture has to evolve as well. Floating consoles are the perfect replacement for bulky trolley. They’re very sophisticated, take up the least amount of space, and complement slim LCDs really well. But best of all? You can customize their designs to suit your style.
2. Custom media wall shelving
Some people prefer their media walls to be as sleek and uninterrupted as possible, but many homeowners prefer the complete opposite. They tend to be attracted to customized shelving on these accent walls – for both décor as well as storage purposes. Some people even have camouflaged cabinets on their media walls while others opt for decorative shelving to feature trinkets and baubles as featured in this image.
3. Dichotomous dining tables
One of the thing that many contemporary homes are using these days are dichotomous dining tables. They feature extremely unique designs and tend to be very eclectic. Sometimes, they have mismatched chairs, other times they have benches on one side instead of typical chairs, and often they are even attached to the breakfast bar for a more holistic look. The end result totally depends on your design preference.
4. Beautiful ceiling designs
Gone are the days of ornate and elaborate ceilings, but we have found a contemporary iteration that is just as stylistic in its appeal. A combination of statement light fixtures and minimalist false ceilings is just what you need to spruce up the ambiance of your modern homes. Stylistic pendent lights and inverted tray ceilings can be used to make your homes look totally glam and beautiful.
5. Contemporary bedroom furniture
Contemporary bedroom furnishings are different from typical ones. Instead of the conventional nightstands and dressers, you can customize the whole thing to suit your needs with dual-purpose and foldable furniture. Study desks that double as dressers, floating nightstands that don’t get in the way, and wardrobes with sliding doors are a great way to get started.