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7 Popular Home Styles To Get You Started!
You have just received the keys to your new home. It’s an exciting time ahead. The possibilities are endless. But you’re tied to a budget. What can you do?
Fear not as we’ve scoured the Qanvast app to find 7 beautiful yet very different interior design and renovation ideas you can achieve with a variant of popular home styles, and they are all under RM200,000!
If you have got a sassy personality and constantly look to push the boundaries, this contemporary take will probably be right up your alley. From the dark hanging lights adorning every room to the bold geometric shapes plastered across the walls, there’s nothing subtle about this space.
Interior Designer: Nu Infinity
Location: Periwinkle Show Unit
2. ENGLISH COUNTRY
Constantly dreaming of sipping tea at a quaint little English manor off the suburbs of Europe? Then, this home may just be your dream come true. Copper accents, ornate dressing table, and quaint armoire complete this English country look that is both charming and oh-so-pretty! The combination of white on traditional rose-themed chintz pattern is a style that never fades, leaving the rooms bright and airy. Perfect for an afternoon tea with scones.
Interior Designer: JCS Design
Location: G Residence
The raw unfinished look of the cement screed floors is the key to this space. The clever use of faux grass as both an accent wall and TV display adds a pop of colour, thus creating an earthy tone to an otherwise cold living area.
Interior Designer: Zeng Interior
Location: Tanjung Heights
‘Less is more’ is the tagline behind this simple, minimalist home. The interesting use of wood panels from the wall to the ceiling creates an optical illusion of wide space. This same wood paneling is changed up in every room to create a sense of cohesiveness to the entire house while maintaining the personality of each corner. A long white panel replaces a TV cabinet for a look that satisfies both form and function. Perfect for OCDs who love a clutter-free home.
Interior Designer: Pocket Square
Location: La Costa
This next home design is simple, straightforward and unapologetic. A dash of red is added to the brown-grey theme using a futuristic ceiling fan, contemporary egg chair and headboard to achieve a clutter-free and modern home. A sleek space fit for a trendsetter.
Interior Designer: Zyon Interior
Location: Ara Damansara
Cost: RM 200,000
The beauty of a Scandinavian interior is in its quintessential elements of space, clean lines, and modern shapes, evident in this cosy family home. The use of the red brick wall creates a rustic contrast against the white Eames DSW chairs and muted grey couch. Wood elements are sprinkled across every room for a warm, natural look.
Interior Designer: Yong Studio
Location: Sunway SPK
Cost: RM 200,000
Want to add elements of your culture to your home decor? This stunning home did just that with intricately carved cabinets and classic coffee shop chairs. Treasures and trinkets can be found at every nook and corner, from porcelain lamps to tiffin baskets. And while red is a staple to an Oriental styled home design, a hint of turquoise elevates the elegant flair.
Interior Designer: Meridian Interior Design
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