As a first-time homebuyer in Singapore is a very happy feeling to have a space of your own that you can design the way you want. But of course, when you want a trendy and unique interior design, it may seem a little confusing to you to decide the style for your new home.
To help you, we have curated the best interior design trends that you can use in your new home in Singapore.
1. Statement Ceiling with Wood And Fancy Lights
Having some décor items around the space makes a bold statement about the interior, but the design of your ceiling really makes an impact.
Ceilings are the next big thing in the home after walls that can make or break your interior design. Thus, take advantage of the ceiling to make rooms or kitchen look brighter and trendier. The wooden pattern on the ceiling with pendant lights is the best way to give the space a dramatic effect.
The room looks more stunning and beautiful when matching the floor with the ceiling design. Take inspiration from the above image.
2. Clean And All White Kitchen With Textured Backsplashes
Playing with patterns or colors can be scary for a new homeowner, but the kitchen backsplash is the perfect place to have some patterns that never go out of fashion. All white kitchen with patterned tiles looks more attractive and trendier as well.
The humble backsplash in white and gray make a dramatic change to the overall look and feel of the cooking area. You can also use some colored tiles for the backsplash to make the kitchen look attractive. Keep the ceiling as well as floor white as well and use white track lights on the ceiling of the kitchen.
3. Go For Natural Materials In Your New Home
If you want to give the latest look at your new home, then natural materials are a great choice for your interior. And, when talking about natural elements, wood is a great choice.
You can use wood to design a stylish TV unit that will act as a center of attraction in your living room. Also, you can incorporate wood with white ply for storage units in your home. Also, for the more natural element, you can have potted plants that will increase the curb appeal of your home. Keep the floor, ceiling, and walls white in the shade to make the wood stand out in the interior.
4. Cover The Space With Geometric Patterns
Geometric patterns are in trend and suit every interior design be it a Scandinavian, minimalism, industrial, and contemporary. Also, the best part is that you can use the geometric pattern on walls, floor or ceiling.
When you are planning to design your new home in style, use the straight-line pattern on walls. For the floor, you can choose tiles with 3D geometry shape as used in the above image. In this way, the combination of different patterns in your home will make it look unique and attractive.