Adding These 5 Home Design Elements Would Totally Elevate Your Homes

Home designing is a challenging task as each person has very specific tastes that need to be articulated within the space in a certain manner for them to feel satisfied. Here are 5 elements that are stylish enough to transcend that constraint and totally elevate all home aesthetics:


1. A hidden dresser

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A hidden dresser compartment in your bedrooms is always a nice way to make a stylish statement. It can be camouflaged inside the media wall as shown in this image, or it can also be built into your cupboard. You can design full feature style shelving inside such dressers, and make their outsides conform nicely with the exterior of whatever they’re camouflaged in!


2. The right double-share study

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As with many Singaporean homes, it can be very challenging to design a shared home office or study that allows you to retain some level of individuality in your own workspace, but this stylish home study is an exceptional example. It features a very interesting customized desk that can be used as somewhat of a barrier between the two workstations. Coupled with the colourful chairs, the entire ambiance looks very outgoing yet restrained at the same time.


3. Working those narrow corridors

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If there is one thing that always manages to put a home down – despite the elegance and beauty of its interior designing – it’s a narrow corridor or hallway. You can avoid this dilemma altogether by cladding the hallway walls in full-length wall mirrors. They’ll reflect the duality of the space and give the illusion of being way more spacious than they actually are – problem solved!


4. The right way to do open kitchens

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The thing about open kitchens is; they need to have transitional boundaries for them to truly shine. You can easily do that by designing a breakfast bar between the kitchen ending and the rest of your home, but how about sticking half the counter with a custom dining table? This way, you won’ have to make special space for the dining nook and can immediately serve more people at the same time!


5. Keeping the wardrobe in check

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Many homeowners make this one mistake with small bedroom designs. They don’t consider the opening radius of the wardrobe door and just go with typical ones that clash with the nightstand when the full furniture has been set up. It’s best to avoid this situation and go with a sliding door wardrobe to keep that corner from going redundant!


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