Frankly, an open floor design is always one of the top favorite options for most of the residents. The reason is very simple as this is such a great way to ensure spaciousness for a home. But with open floor concepts, you can get a bit more leeway with the design. So further, let’s take a look at some innovative HDB interior designs you can get inspiration from!
1. Asymmetric nooks and crannies
Having an open floor layout does not mean that you have a perfectly square-ish or rectangular HDB interior design. It means that you get to play with the space by getting asymmetrical with the whole layout. This image shows a nice interior layout for an HDB with an asymmetric layout. The negative spaces have been made useful by artful arrangement of furniture and in-built shelving.
2. Going simple
Understand that you do not always have to be heavy-handed with the furniture arrangement in your HDB. If your living room is only large enough only for a large loveseat or a two seater, then you do not have to go overboard by cramming in a chesterfield in that small space. This small style living room is the epitome of sleek and proportional – a great inspiration for all home owners.
3. The semi-transparent kitchen
With open layout HDB’s there is always the conundrum of how to design the kitchen; whether it should be on display or whether it should be hidden away. Of course it all depends on your personal choice, but this artfully designed semi-open kitchen with a breakfast bar as a divider is a great way to make the most of your open floor HDB design.
4. When it gets too large
Oversized furniture and feature decoration pieces can always make even a large space look homely and pleasant. You can take inspiration from this spacious living area with the oversized L-shaped couch to keep it comfy.
5. Create lighting zones
False ceilings and innovative lighting features are a great way to make your open floor plans absolutely stand out. You can use a different ceiling design or a different light fixture in every zone of the open layout to create individuality in the various spaces.