Spending more money on certain interior design and renovation tasks or products makes sense. This way, you will enjoy excellent quality and longevity. Other aspects of the renovation, however, can be very budget-friendly and still capable of giving you optimal quality.
Bringing a holiday or a marine spirit in your home can be a fun project that will give you a unique interior design. There are many ways to bring such a theme to reality. All you have to do is consider a favourite place in the world and its most distinctive characteristics.
Flowers are a quick and easy way to add a little life to a dull home. You can choose to use either real or artificial flowers. Decorative vases, floral centrepieces and combining flowers and candles are all excellent options for adding flowers to your home.
Minimalist interior design dominated the landscape until the late 1990s. This is when the resurgence of maximalist interiors began. Maximalism is colourful, distinctive and it allows for a ton of personal self-expression through art, patterns, textures and arrangements.
The eclectic style is all about taking things that normally do not mix and making them harmonious. Start with your core palette and some straightforward wall choices. Then play with patterns and textures. Finally, a gallery wall or statement object can do the rest.
It is is summer all year long in Singapore but that does not mean you can't dress up your home for different seasons. As the seasons change, so should your home’s interior design. You don’t have to change everything about your style to match the seasons. Experiment with the deep reds of fall, the blues of winter, the floral of spring, and the airiness of summer. For every season, there’s a new look!