The thing about interior design is that it has many elements that remain the same, no matter where you try to articulate it. So, here are 5 ubiquitous furniture items and how you can make them unique. Let’s take a look:
1. The evergreen sectional
Every Singaporean home with a larger than average living room is always furnished with an L-shaped sectional. The best part is that this sectional is available is so many contemporary formats that it never looks the same in any two places. From ottoman additions to accent chairs, there are a lot of ways you can own this look, and many homeowners do exactly that to make this furniture style their own.
2. The six-seat dining table
Once again, although the iteration differs from home to home, but the six-seat layout remains the same. It’s one of those furniture essentials that simply have to be there in order for the space to feel fully complete and functional. You can customize the whole look with decorative pieces, place settings, lighting, and the overall ambiance.
3. The Eames Eiffel chair
The Eames Eiffel chair is a total icon and it’s become popular enough to be a part of many a Singaporean homes. From dining table settings to study desk accompaniments, you can see many variations of this chair throughout a lot of homes. You can totally own it by finding a variety of mismatched colours and furnishing them retro-style throughout your homes.
4. The wardrobe doors
Every home has a wardrobe, but it’s how you articulate its design is what sets it apart. Most people opt for the typical many-door formation that has been passed down throughout the centuries, but many homeowners are starting to experiment with the door-leaves, their opening style, and their overall aesthetics, which is definitely the right way to make everything unique.
5. The custom vanity hype
The custom vanity rage is one of the most popular interior design trends you’ll come across, and rightly so, because it’s the perfect way to lend a sense of individuality to your bathroom interiors. Fixtures and materials are mass produced, but there can only be one personalized vanity style, right?