Every year brings a whole new flavor of interior design ideas that can blow away your previous inspirations, and here are 5 that can be your go-to for 2019:
1. The minimalist-colourful dining table
Homeowners usually tend to go for fully conformist traditionally approved dining tables – even when they’re working with a small space. Well, 2019 is the perfect time to break out of this shell and go for something that is a bit more eclectic and contemporary. A minimalist table with accented multi-coloured dining chairs is the perfect way to break the monotony of your boring homes this season!
2. Give your study rooms a break
Studying for the sake of studying is so last decade. It’s a concept that is being slowly redefined and now is the perfect time to get on with this bandwagon. It’s time to let go for solid walls and go for transparency, introduce technological advancement, and design the ambiance in a way that completely accommodates yet defies the concept of a typical study area come home office.
3. A minimalist bedroom aesthetic
Over-cluttered and over-personalized bedrooms are a thing of the past, and if you’re remodeling yours, then try going for the minimal aesthetic. Just a bed and a nightstand-come-dresser is enough furniture to make the room feel full. You can experiment with light fixture and temperatures to create the perfect sleeping ambiance. Simple window treatments are also encouraged in such an aesthetic.
4. The secret to furnishing
Singaporean homes are relatively small – but it’s all by design. However, this spring 2019, you can furnish your houses right by picking light, properly scaled furniture that suits the proportions of your space just right. This can allow you much more leeway to work with smaller and compact items that you may have otherwise not been able to use.
5. Uplifting colour schemes
The perpetual mood that you carry in your everyday life is totally affected by the colour scheme used in your homes. 2019 is the perfect time to renovate with a palette that is breezy, perpetually cheerful, and light. You can opt for ice-cream pastels and light wooden textures for this effect.