Interior designers love to use textiles in interior design. Fairly inexpensive in comparison to other options, they add visual diversity, appeal and even a bit of luxury. From the modest cotton to suede and leather, textiles open up a whole new world of fun home décor.
Wood has been utilised in home interior design for centuries. It’s a typical, highly aesthetic choice for floors, furniture creation and kitchen cabinetry. These applications, however, aren’t the only possibilities. Interior design professionals often come up with creative, innovative solutions that reveal the beauty of wood in a whole new way.
Marble is a beautiful, durable and versatile material. It can be introduced in many parts of the home, giving you sophistication and ease of maintenance. We believe that marble will be a popular décor choice in 2021 and here are some of the main ways to introduce it in a home.
With so many contractors and interior design professionals out there, it could become nearly impossible to select the right team for your job. Getting quotes, meeting teams for a preliminary consultation and creating a shortlist will all matter. But an interior design visualisation is an even more powerful tool, especially if it gets provided for free.
HDB announced previously that BTO construction delays will occur due to Covid-19 and the limitations imposed during the Circuit Breaker period. If you are affected by this delay, this time can be used for interior design and renovation planning. Using our Home360 3D interactive home visualisations, you can conceptualise renovation work for a more tailored and faster outcome once the construction is finalised.
While the relevant authorities in Singapore are doing everything in their power to speed up BTO construction work, Covid-19 has caused some delays. This fact has made numerous Singaporean home buyers look into the acquisition and renovation of an HDB resale flat.
While Singapore is now in Phase 3 of the Circuit Breaker period, many people are still working from a home office or they’ve come up with a flexible professional arrangement. Such lifestyle changes call for a flat upgrade, allowing professionals Singaporeans to be productive while also maintaining good work-life balance.