Whoever said resale homes couldn’t be beautiful probably never hired an interior designer. Resale homes can be fixer uppers but with some creativity, trust in your interior designer and the right mindset, your resale home can undergo a perfect transformation.
2) 150 Mariam Way, Condo
Hue Concept uses the stark contrast between black mosaic tiles and white marble to instantly infuse understated glamour into the flat. Similarly, consistent dark coloured furniture set against a clean white backdrop gives the home edge while not overpowering the simplicity of the design.
Interior Designer : Hue Concept
Renovation Cost : 65,000
3) Jelapang Road, HDB
White, black and woody tones--an equation for style. Edge Interior uses a collection of woody tones for the flooring and furniture, and pairs it against an industrial style layout. Illuminating the space using strip fluorescent lights, adorning the walls with metal grilles and steel furniture, this design is for the bold and stylish.
Interior Designer : Edge Interior
Renovation Cost : 75,000
4) 1 Newton, Condo
Upon entering this carefully designed flat, Dyel Design’s stunning feature shelves wall placed in the living room takes front stage. Letting in natural light to flood the living space, the design works perfectly with ambient space to with both opportune location and smart designing.
5) 8 Lorong Liew Lian, HDB
Once again, a black and woody pairing, The Interior Lab works with a smaller space, careful not to over clutter while at the same time creating cosiness in its functionality. Using gold accents on the feature shelf wall and its furniture, these touches heighten the design from stylish to classy.
Interior Designer : The Interior Lab
Renovation Cost : 45,000
6) Bendemeer Road, HDB
A muted cream white and light woody tones, Ecasa Studio generates an ambient warmth from its color tones alone. Matching the minimalistic design with concealed designer shelves, the home looks like something straight out of a Japan minimalist home, almost breathing tranquility in its design.
7) Senja Road, HDB
In Singapore, small flats are almost the specialization of our interior designers. Making space where there is little is basically a job requirement. Neu Konceptz pairs grey with white for a minimalistic yet spacious design, and inserts a see-through glass wall to open up the living room and the bedroom simultaneously. Simple yet elegant.
Interior Designer : Neu Konceptz
Renovation Cost : 75,000
8) 753 Pasir Ris, HDB
The design practice breaks down walls and boundaries. Literally. Replacing walls with paneled glass, they increase breathing space visually, separating the dining and living while still incorporating space. working with complimentary furniture and lighting fixtures, this place is the nest of every Singaporean’s dream.
Interior Designer : The Design Practise
Renovation Cost : 90,000
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