When racking your brain (and the internet!) for renovation ideas nothing is too much or too little. Until the moment you find the idea that attracts you the most, everything is far game. But some homeowners starts to lose morale after a while and that’s where it starts becoming a hassle. So, don’t get down; here are 5 fashion-forward home interior ideas for your inspiration:
1. The cozy minimalist bedroom
The bedroom is a very personal space and overdesigning is out of the question when it comes to its interior design. But the bedroom in this image is a great example of how you can balance the aesthetic in a small space. The trendy feature-length headboard pairs quite well with the floor-to-ceiling windows. The dominant colour scheme is absolutely understated, which brings out the accent wooden textures even more!
2. Everyman’s living-room
Most Singaporean living rooms are very alike – except when you live in a landed property – which makes it hard for your layout to standout. But this one keeps it simple and makes it tasteful at the same time. The couch-console combination is nothing special, but it’s actually the furniture selection that makes all the difference. It’s trendy, stylish, and absolutely unique; you can be too.
3. An interesting study-room concept
Boring old study rooms and home offices are so outdated. Very few people actually want an executive desk anymore, which is why the interior in this image is so relevant. It features casual furniture and very minimal and focused aesthetic. The bookshelf credenza is excellently managed, the table makes it easy to share space, and best of all; there’s actually a pop of colour within the dreary space.
4. For the corner kitchen
Both L-shaped and U-shaped kitchen counters are hard to manage – especially the internal shelving of the cabinets. This is why the layout in this image is such a pragmatic hit. It uses the smaller side for the hob and in-built oven while the longer end is entirely dedicated to the cabinets and drawers. It cuts down the hassle of utilizing corners completely.
5. The circulation dining
Usually, Singaporean homes relegate the dining area to a small alcove, but if you’ve got a big family and are searching for a more open idea, then here’s one. Here, the large circulation space has been optimized fully by placing a large dining table in the middle. Since there is still a lot of space on the sides, this layout works really well.