4 Interior Design Styles that Young Couples Love

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When it comes to decorating your first home as a young couple, there are four main styles that are most popular in Singapore. 


From using pops of colour, to cosy, minimalist and monochrome interior design trends, young couples are creating homes that suit their lifestyle. Here are some great examples of how these four interior design styles can be used to create a super stylish home for a young couple.


1. Pops of Colour

Mixing on trend Scandinavian furniture styles with fun pops of colour - particularly lemon yellow, blue and the green of indoor plants - this Telok Blangah apartment is a great style choice for a young couple. Quirky home accessories and funky lighting options add to the youthful vibe.





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This Eunos Crescent apartment is definitely for lovers of strong colours. Creating feature walls in deep green and blue, adding neon signs, a bright orange refrigerator and lots of texture from woven accessories hits the right spot of fun for a young couple’s home. 






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Mixing materials like timber, concrete, glass and metal framing creates a slick, modern space for a young couple. This Bendemeer Road apartment has strong splashes of blue and orange that sets off the more muted and neutral tones.


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2. Cosy and Comfortable

Sticking to the comfortable and warm feelings of Scandinavian interior design styles, the idea of a cosy home is also very popular with young couples setting up their homes for the first time. This Hougang apartment uses warm timber to break up the all-white interior design scheme. 


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Pale timber tones combined with pale and white furnishings creates as calm and cosy space for a young couple; this Teow Hock Avenue apartment is just right for a couple who don’t have to worry about having sticky fingers all over everything.


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This Tampines apartment has a super homey and cosy vibe with its vintage touches, lots of indoor plants and use of cool greys and white.


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3. Minimalist and Modern

Minimalism is definitely an interior design style that is perfect for a young couple who live a streamlined life. This Skyville Dawson apartment is full of sharp lines, clean spaces and bright white decoration.


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This Choa Chu Kang apartment is another version of the minimalist trend; this time the white spaces have gained added warmth from the extensive use of timber flooring, furniture and feature walls.


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Sharp shapes, transformer furniture and a compact space makes this Lim Liak Street apartment perfect for a young couple with no family responsibilities. 


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4. Black & White

Like minimalism, the use of a monochrome black and white scheme is very popular with young couples. The graphic feel of this contemporary Yishun Gardens apartment relies on everything being in its place.


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For a young couple who really hates clutter, a clean Mid Century Modern interior design style like this black and white G Maisonette apartment, could be the perfect choice for their first home. The focus is on a few pieces of high-end furniture in a sea of white space.



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If starck black and white is a bit too harsh for your taste, adding dashes of grey and pale timber furniture can create a simple but welcoming home, like this Sumang Lane apartment.


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Looking for more interior design tips? Read our story about some of the new bedroom trends to try; learn about open concept bathrooms; or discover the difference between minimalism and maximalism.


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