20 Stunning Renovation Ideas by Singapore’s Top IDs
Are you thinking of renovating your home? Get inspired by these house renovation ideas from Singapore’s top interior designers.
Scouring the internet for renovation inspiration? Look no further! Our team at Redbrick Homes has reached out to 20 of our most trusted and talented Singapore IDs to compile this varied showcase of interior design ideas to help spark your imagination.
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20 Stunning House Renovation Ideas
Condominium by 9 Atelier
The love of wood in this stunning modern home is apparent. From beautiful wooden flooring, shelving, and carpentry to wooden elements in the furnishings all around, the natural element shines in each space that it embodies, bringing about a sense of warmth and cosiness in the home.
HDB Flat by 96 Designers Group
Don’t like the idea of the trendy minimalist palette? Here’s an eclectic mix and match of colours and prints to change things up!
The clever use of subtle textures and designs in the walls and flooring of this home helps to keep things interesting even with an overall blue, brown, and white palette.
3-Room HDB Flat by ABCD
This Tampines flat is a literal modern take on Barbie’s dream house with its soft and dreamy colour aesthetic.
Pink may reign supreme in this home, but with the smart use of different shades, complementary accent colours, and retro-shapes, it comes across as a very liveable space without feeling overwhelming at all.
3-Room HDB Flat by Classic Decor
Monochrome lovers anyone? Here’s a Punggol flat that takes the love of monochromatic black and white to the next level.
While the classic pairing of neutrals like black and white helps to give off a classy impression, there is a sufficient balance of whites and lighting to keep the space still looking airy and bright.
HDB Flat by Cresendo
“Less is more” when it comes to this minimalist style flat.
Clean lines, neutral palettes, and carpentry design that blends in the background while keeping clutter away work well together to give an impression of simplicity and modernity.
3-Room Condominium by D’Initial Concept
Love the idea of a white-dominated interior, but want to add a little character to the space?
The trinity of white, blush, and bronze tones gives this home the perfect feminine touch with a hint of old-school Hollywood glamour.
HDB Flat by De Exclusive
Wood and white interiors are incredibly popular these days amongst Singaporean homeowners.
This home shows yet another way to incorporate this palette with your own twist –opting for an all-white flooring and complementing it with varying textures of wooden elements in furnishings and even skirting along the walls.
5-Room HDB Flat by Design 4 Space
Entering this Hougang flat gives major throwback vibes to the 70s and 80s thanks to its thoughtful use of nostalgic wooden furnishings, lighting accessories, and floral accents all around.
3-Room HDB Flat by E&S
This Scandinavian-styled flat in Dawson Road utilizes smartly hidden away warm atmospheric lighting to bring out the cosy ambience in the home.
Not only that but there is also plenty of storage space to keep clutter away from the main living area while having enough showcase space for personal effects and items.
3-Room HDB Flat by Eight Design
This modern Bidadari home takes plenty of aesthetic inspiration from Nordic influences. From its simple palette of white, wood, and greys, minimalist interior, hints of nature, to its use of textures and patterns, and simple yet functional furnishings, it is the perfect Nordic home.
4-Room HDB Flat by Ethan Interior
Want a way to incorporate modern luxury into your home? Here’s a Choa Chu Kang home that has managed to do so with subtle design elements that are not overtly in your face.
From black mirrored feature wall behind the dining area, subtle gold, and metallic accents in furnishings, to plush upholstery, the home gives off hints of elegance and indulgence without being too overwhelming.
3-Room Condominium by IdeasXchange
Navy and gold may be traditional royal colours, but this HDB flat gives off a much more contemporary and relaxed vibe with its modern spin on this colour palette.
Pairing the navy and gold with more modern and casual materials like metals in the kitchen and dark wood in the living area gives it a modern chic look.
Condominium by Kee Onn Renovation
Have a uniquely shaped layout in your home? This home in Serangoon shows how you can utilize oddly shaped corners to their full potential.
With the help of a standalone island, the living and dining area is clearly demarcated within this cosy nook of the flat with still a sense of spaciousness.
Condominium by Lada Studio
In this particular residence, the seaside view is a focal point, and that is why the interior is purposefully kept minimalistic to draw the attention right to the view.
Keeping to a simple yet elegant palette of greys and white with earthy and metallic accents, the space exudes a sense of understated luxury.
3-Room Condominium by My Reno Diary
Minimalist interiors are normally not what comes to mind when you envision a child’s bedroom.
Keeping to a simple monochromatic palette of white accented by black and greys allows everything to look much less cluttered instantly, but kid-themed furnishings help to remind us that this is still very much the space of a child!
HDB Flat by AvantGarde Collections
This well-thought-out home design takes the phrase “maximizing living space” to the next level, by incorporating a study area and dining space all within the living room area.
Don’t have enough floor space at home? Take a cue from this design to start thinking about how to incorporate all your needs within one area.
HDB Flat by Silvotino
At a glance, this Simei flat exudes a sense of modern sophistication and luxury, thanks to its clever choice of neutral colour palettes, minimalist design, and plush furnishings.
Not to forget, the use of the balcony for an extra alfresco dining space also maximizes the utility of the rest of the space in the flat.
HDB Flat by Spacebox IDesign
Like the idea of incorporating colours into your bedroom without it being too overly stimulating?
This bedroom does it just right with the clever use of pastel colours for a soothing ambience that is needed for a good night’s rest.
2-Room Condominium by Triz Arte
This bedroom at One Shenton looks incredibly inviting with its calming interior. Its perfect combination of warm woody finishes across its carpentry and flooring with its creamy neutral palette of plush soft furnishings as seen in its headboards, chair, and curtains make it the perfect sanctuary for rest.
2-Room Condominium by YWA Interior
Simple, modern, opulent is what comes to mind when looking at this living space at 8 St Thomas.
With a striking marble feature wall that is the focal point of the living room, the rest of the furnishings blend harmoniously together without fighting for attention.
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