Most of the HDB flats are small in size, it's quite difficult to apply our ideal home design to the space. All we can do is to improve the layout and design style. What else?
Easy! You can use vertical lines and the overall height of your allotted home according to your favor. Let’s take a look at all the ways you can do this!
1. Windows and coverings
Standard issue windows are something that we’ve all resented once in a while. They’re not remarkable and the official guidelines dictate that we cannot do much to personalize them as well. But here’s the trick; you can actually use your window grills and coverings to create a tall statement in your interior designs. Use vertical aluminum frames and dress them up with pleated modern curtains. The combined effect of their vertical lines will definitely make you space look taller!
2. Using perspective
Any amateur art rookie can tell you that perspective is actually what shapes up the overall ambience of your interior design. So you can use that in your favor to make your spaces look taller and wider. For example, this image shows an interior with a feature wall that showcases a brilliant pattern that give the illusion of a taller space. You can use a similar technique.
3. Half wall and vertical lines
The idea here is to emphasize all the vertical lines in your interior design. a great way to make your interior designs look taller and wider at the same time is by using half walls that feature vertical patterns. This way, one half of your interior design will emulate spaciousness while the other half will emulate tallness.
4. Kitchen cabinet designs
Kitchen cabinets are a great way to emulate a tall vibe in your kitchens. You can use individual cabinet units to create a tall aesthetic. You can vary them in sizes and shapes – it will definitely enhance the overall design aesthetic as well.
5. Furniture design
The clean lines of modern furniture design are also a great way to emulate a tall and spacious vibe in your homes. The simplicity of clean design makes it very straightforward, and you can use that to your advantage when you’re playing with lines and patterns to effect the overall look of your interior design.