We know: in Singapore, your HDB may be the size of a shoebox-- but the quality your home’s interior design should never be compromised. Whether you’re looking to free up more space into your living room, or to declutter your bedroom for a mess-free rest, we’ve collated 6 space saving interior design hacks.
Looking to decorate your crib, but haven’t got the cash? Whether home is a swanky condominium apartment in the buzzing business district of Singapore, or a humble 3 room HDB flat in the heartlands, here are 5 ways to refresh your home with these nifty HDB interior design tricks; all guaranteed to keep you (and your wallet) happy.
If you do a survey among little girls to ask them their favorite color, pink would come up more often than not. Surprisingly, many adults have embraced this color as well. Pink has always been correlated to femininity. Being a color with a wide range of beautiful shades that pop out right out at you to soft tender hues, it is not surprise that it can express a wide range of emotions most girls have. So even if you’re not a pink-lover, you just might appreciate these 5 pink items that you can add for a dash of color in your room.
Just like the HDB flats in Singapore, Japanese apartments tend to be small. The difference lies in their living rooms, where they are both visually spacious and functional. This brings a sense of calm, making it a great place to come home to after a long day of work and school. If you’re a new home owner, here are some HDB interior design tips you can bring over for your Singaporean home.