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HomeAlive 360° by Home Guide is a brand new interactive feature that allows homeowners to view their dream home in an entirely different way.

With 360-degree viewing and 3D visualization created by our Singapore interior design team, you can digitally step into your home and experience your potential living space as if you were actually there!

HomeAlive 360° is a huge game changer for homeowners who are uncertain about how their preferred designs will turn out in real life. It allows you to realistically observe and experience how your home will look and even feel like after undergoing professional design and renovations.

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5-Room HDB Skyline II @ Bukit Batok

The highly unique residential interior design of this gorgeous 5-room HDB flat reflects the interests and lifestyle of the homeowners. For the living room, deep rich colours and strategic lighting complete the classic design and create a luxurious feel. The special TV panel divides the room visually but the space between the panels still allows a glimpse of the bookshelf when one is seated on the sofa. More seating space is created through the addition of a sleek bar area, which seamlessly connects to the hidden shoe storage area in the walkway.

Similar dark tones are used in the kitchen for a sense of continuity. The contrast between the dark cabinets and the pale countertop prevents any colour monotony while the burnished gold handles are an elegant touch to the kitchen.

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Posh Loft Living

This attractive resort-feel apartment features a white brick wall at the dining area which instantly brightens up the space and gives it a focal look. Complemented by an elongated floating seating area and a funky lamp, the dining area is highly reminiscent of a hip café joint and injects an element of fun into an otherwise traditionally designed area of the apartment. A simple white and brown TV console ties everything together and differently patterned rugs are used to differentiate the lounging and dining areas.