The industrial design is a perfect blend of wood and metal, old and new. Begin with a neutral colour palette, then add in some wooden and metal furniture pieces. Vintage is always the way to go, and toss in a few industrial accessories as well for a great industrial look.
HDB announced a new sales exercise of 4,000 flats in September 2019. The exercise features BTO apartments in both mature and non-mature properties. Income ceilings and housing grant conditions have also been modified to give a bigger number of Singaporeans access to the new housing options.
The contemporary interior design is all about simplicity. Similar to the modern design, this style uses minimalism to give your home a timeless look. Geometric shapes and an interesting use of line and space will help transform your home into a contemporary haven that you’ll love to come home to.
The living room is one of the most important rooms in the house. Make sure you choose the right colour palette before you start, then create a focal point and design the rest of the room around it. Lastly, you’ll want to select the perfect furniture to complement your design.
Trends come and go, and the furniture trends of 2019 bring back some vintage favourites. Antique and minimalist furniture is back in style, and handcrafted and sustainable furniture is indicative of an environmentally conscious society. Comfy beds, floral upholstering and mixed metals are all some of the latest furniture trends.
Art Deco is a style popular from the 1920s to the 1950s, characterised by its strong geometric patterns and use of expensive materials. Radiating with glamour, the Art Deco style of interior design lends itself to bold colours with striking contrast as well as the use of animal prints and a natural motif.