10 Charming Condo Home Interiors in Singapore
As one of the 5Cs, condominiums are a Singaporean’s dream home. When you have your dream nest, you will definitely want to spruce it up and make it look as sophisticated and chic as possible. Take some inspiration from these 10 captivating condominium homes which we have specially handpicked.
1. A bevy of materials and textures contribute to the raw industrial look of this apartment. The exposed wooden boards on the ceiling give off an unfinished feel that is right at home in this industrial home. Wine aficionados that they are, the homeowners have cleverly incorporated their love for wine by stacking wine bottles in rows under the bar counter.
Interior Designer: Co. Prozfile
Location: Pasir Ris (110sqm)
Cost of renovation: $28,000
2. The cool sterile vibe of an industrial-styled home is played down with loud art pieces and brick bear displays, bearing the mark of the homeowners' strong personality.
Interior Designer: D5 Studio Image
Location: Sengkang West Way
Cost of renovation: $50,000
3. To emphasise upon the luxurious nature of this traditional apartment, the homeowners have cleverly opted for a metallic colour scheme. The leather sofa is done up in a rich shade of grey which contrasts nicely with the bronze coloured curtains. To top off this look, a potted orchid placed atop the dining table adds a refreshing touch of nature which balances out the rich atmosphere of the living space.
Interior Designer: Linear Space Concepts
Location: Toh Tuck (120sqm)
Cost of renovation: $47,000
4. Another apartment which heavily relies upon wooden elements is this modern home which uses wood in a creative manner. Sharp, clean slats are carved into the front of the wardrobe and the ceiling in the bedroom. Dangling from the ceiling in the living room are carved wooden pieces made to resemble fireworks. All these add an element of playfulness that contrasts with the overall sophisticated aura of the home.
Interior Designer: Distinct Identity
Location: Thomson Lane (251sqm)
Cost of renovation: $100,000
5. The homeowners of this hotel-inspired home have cleverly incorporated their religion into the design of the living room; the wall is made up of squares of gold (some with Chinese characters inscribed upon them) with a black frame lining a wooden shelf that is dedicated to worship.
Interior Designer: Project File
Location: Thomson Road (137sqm)
Cost of renovation: $150,000
6. It's difficult not to fall in love with this home. The contemporary home exudes a free-spirited, bright and airy vibe, plus it provides ample storage for the homeowners' artisanal needs. This look definitely gets our stamp of approval for being timeless and ethereal.
Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Loyang (89sqm)
A Simple Touch
7. To put it simply, this contemporary home makes use of shapes and colours to add verve to the living space. In the living room, gorgeous venetian blinds in varying wooden tones exude a vibe of understated elegance. Playing with angles and curves, the dangling lighting in the hallway is an interesting piece which visually and metaphorically brightens the room.
Interior Designer: Living Gaia
Location: D'Leedon (111sqm)
Cost of renovation: $58,000
8. This contemporary apartment makes the best use of compartmentalisation as seen in the shelving unit surrounding the television set to draw attention to the homeowners’ stunning decorative pieces and their various memorabilia. The lightbulbs enclosed within a dangling black framed glass box is another eye-catching piece which adds an aura of sophistication and brightens up the living space.
Interior Designer: Dreammetal
Location: Sin Ming (135sqm)
9. In this apartment, the natural beauty of the wooden elements are allowed to take centrestage. A rustic wooden table is set against a wall-to-ceiling mirror that emphasises the quirky design of the dangling lamp and the intriguing decorative wood art hanging on the opposite wall. The homeowners have also cleverly installed recessed lighting in the ceiling which casts a lovely yellow glow on the wooden panel behind the sofa.
Interior Designer: Green and Lush
Location: Lengkong Empat (88sqm)
Cost of renovation: $88,000
10, In this spacious apartment, the homeowners have cleverly relied upon mirrors and tiles with a reflective sheen to create the illusion of more space. The lack of wall between the living and dining areas emphasises the wide expanse of space in the apartment. We love the multidirectional mirror which faces the hallway, dining area and kitchen as it is a lovely sophisticated piece that literally reflects the beauty of the apartment.
Interior Designer: Dyel Design
Location: Thomson Road (111sqm)
Cost of renovation: $30,000
Whether or not you are a condo owner, there’s much inspiration to go around from these dream homes. For more home renovation ideas, download the Qanvast app and save these ideas onto your Qanvast boards. Plus, you can request for 5 complimentary quote requests from trusted interior designers.Living in a beautiful home is no longer a dream. Download the free Qanvast app today!