5 Themed Interiors For Your New Home!

Nobody dictated that HDB flats have to be all dull, boring and colourless. With these 5 renovation ideas, you’d be sure to impress all your friends at your housewarming party!

1. The Minimalist

Simple yet sophisticated is the name of this game. With subtle accents of earthen tones highlighting aspects of your home, you can be sure that you’ll ace in the minimalism game.

2. Industrial Grunge

Baring it all requires some bravery. Decorating (or rather, not decorating) your home in an industrial-esque style is about exposing all that lies beneath to achieve raw, edgy style.

3. The Modernist. The Contemporary-ist.

Contemporary is the opposite of the classics – it is bold, on (or ahead of) trends and emphasizes popular designs.
In contemporary home, the elements of shape and texture are vital to what defines the idea of being contemporary.

4. Colourama

Sophisticated hues take center stage here. If you’re the creative and social type of person, you could go for dusky blues, spicy reds, and lime greens, designed to captivate your attention. For the traditionalists, earthy greens and taupes will be a go-to colour to create a contemporary space. Don’t worry if you’re not ready for bold accented colours yet as you could opt for pale pastels, characterised by light pinks, blues, and yellows that make the smallest of spaces pop.

5. Victorian Regality

Going for a Victorian era style interior requires patience, time and most importantly, a deep wallet.
If those three are not an issue to you, then here are some pointers that you should take note of that is crucial to what defines the Victorian style:

– Warm, rich colours

– Heavy draperies

– Large and opulent furniture and furnishings

– Chandeliers

– Gold/Bronze. Lots of them