22 SG Pinterest-Worthy Homes That Belong on Your Renovation Moodboards
Basic, these homes are not!
Everyone knows a Pinterest-worthy home when they see one. They’re always decked out in gorgeous themes, with immaculately-chosen decor and furnishings that catch your eye.
And that’s exactly what you’ll say when you’ve taken a look at these 22 Pinterest-worthy homes that deserve a place on everyone’s – and yes, we mean everyone’s – renovation moodboards!
1. This Mediterranean-style 3-Gen flat in Yishun
View this project by MET Interior
At 156 sqm, this 3-Gen flat was already huge to begin with – but with its reconfigured spaces and all-white theme, this house looks even more massive than it already is!
2. This rustic 3-room flat in Ang Mo Kio
View this project by Authors • Interior & Styling
There’s something about mid-century modern homes that’s just so appealing. Perhaps it’s the combination of teak furniture, vibrant colours, and cosy furnishings that elevates the cosiness factor!
3. This California-inspired, casual-chic 5-room flat in Bukit Merah
View this project by Anhans Interior Design
With a look that’s heavily inspired by homes in the USA, this casual-chic 5-room flat was designed purely around its comfort level rather than its aesthetics. But even then, it oozes a warm, laidback vibe reminiscent of that of The Golden State.
4. This 4-room modern farmhouse in Bukit Panjang
View this project by The Local INN.terior 新家室
In a modern urban jungle like Singapore, rural-inspired styles like the farmhouse look can be especially appealing. You can even spruce the look up further with contemporary touches such as clean lines and modern patterns – just like how it’s done in this 4-room flat in Bukit Panjang.
5. This classy vintage condo in Thomson
View this project by ChengYi Interior Design
On the topic of old-school styles, the ever-classy vintage look is one for those who prefer a cleaner look. You don’t have to go overboard with antique furniture or gilded accents – as shown in this condo, tiny details like wainscoting and gold accents are enough to create the look.
6. This colourful, quirky 5-room flat in Tampines
View this project by Ovon Design
How does one toe the line between colourful and gaudy? Just take a look at this quirky 5-room flat in Tampines as an example, where vibrant shades are balanced out with swaths of neutral colours.
7. This luxurious, monochrome landed home in Bedok
View this project by Third Avenue Studio
In the wise words of Coco Chanel: “Black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” And that harmony is all too apparent in this landed home, where white and black work together to create a classy and – dare we say it – sexy interior.
8. This bright, biophilic home in Tiong Bahru
View this project by The Makers Design Studio
If you’re a plant parent, creating a biophilic home – one that aims to foster a connection to nature and all things organic – may be right up your alley. Aside from putting your plants on centre stage, natural materials such as wood and stone will also play a huge role in such a home.
9. This 3-room brutalist flat in Bedok
View this project by Insight.Out Studio
Having raw, unfinished materials are what brutalist homes are all about – but instead of looking messy, this 3-room flat sports a neat, cosy look with just a smidge of ruggedness.
10. This clean Kinfolk-themed BTO flat in Bidadari
View this project by Key Concept
Bright, clean, and sleek – that’s what the Kinfolk interior design is, and this home is the perfect example of that!
11. This Mickey Mouse-themed home in Serangoon
View this project by Notion of W
Your house is an opportunity to show off what you love, and for these homeowners, it was their chance to highlight their love for Mickey Mouse.
While designing such houses, there’s always a chance to go overboard with the theme (think huge murals and gaudy colour schemes everywhere -shudders-). But here, the Mickey Mouse theme was subtly brought to life with the carefully-chosen colour themes and fittings – talk about being tastefully done!
12. This modern kampung-like walk-up apartment in Tiong Bahru
View this project by Art Of Integrity Studio
Old meets new in this rustic walk-up apartment in Tiong Bahru! While it’s decked out with tons of natural materials (as is common in old kampung homes), it doesn’t look old-fashioned at all, and that’s all thanks to contemporary touches in the form of clean lines, glass doors, and bright white walls.
13. This architecturally-detailed BTO flat in Punggol Northshore
View this project by Salt Studio
If ‘visually-satisfying’ was a home, it would be this one. A structural beam cleanly bisects the work area (formerly the living room) into two halves, each sporting a different theme that makes the visual contrast even more apparent.
14. This Japanese ryokan-inspired BTO flat in Hougang
View this project by Urban Home Design 二本設計家
From MUJI themes to ryokan-inspired looks, Japanese-style homes have always been popular among Singaporeans. This home takes it to the next level though, combining the classic MUJI white-and-wood theme with traditional shoji doors and tatami mats for an authentic Japanese experience.
15. This hotel-inspired condo in Potong Pasir
View this project by SHE Interior
Who can say no to a permanent vacation? These homeowners certainly couldn’t, choosing to create a sophisticated home that could almost be mistaken as a suite in a 5-star hotel!
16. This pink 3-room bachelorette pad in Punggol
View this project by Happe Design Atelier
Chic look aside, this 3-room bachelorette pad near Coney Island is home to a surprising number of features despite its small size. Here, you’ll find a bathtub, study room, and even a corridor that was turned into a walk-in wardrobe!
17. This warm, cheery family home in Tampines
View this project by Attic Studio
Instead of the typical white-and-wood theme, consider picking warm shades of peach or beige to create a cheerier, happier vibe. Just take this BTO flat that belongs to a family of three as an example!
18. This old-school, countryside-inspired BTO flat in Tampines
View this project by Homies Design
Textures and patterns are key to a countryside-themed home – and you can see that in spades in this 5-room BTO flat in Tampines, where shiplap panels, louvred doors, and various wood textures come together in rustic, old-school fashion.
19. This modern-luxe executive apartment in Jurong East
View this project by Editor Interior
At first glance, we wouldn’t have guessed that this home is an executive apartment in Jurong East – just look at its panelled ceiling, stone-look wall, and luxurious furnishings that make it look oh-so-expensive!
20. This dark, moody 4-room BTO flat in Clementi
View this project by Rockin Spaces
Unpopular opinion: dark interiors are just as cosy as white-and-wood ones. This 4-room BTO flat is certainly proof of that, with warm lighting working harmoniously with the dark interior and walnut accents to create a welcoming vibe.
21. This tiny cafe-like condo in Marina Bay
View this project by Livspace
Inspiration comes from just about anywhere, and for the homeowner of this condo, that apparently came from boutique cafes with quirky interiors!
22. This simple white-and-wood landed home in Geylang
View this project by The Interior Lab
Fact: white-and-wood homes are NOT boring, especially if there are different patterns thrown into the mix. Case in point: this huge landed home in Geylang, where details like the subtle leafy wallpaper behind the sofa and the half-wall beadboard panels in the kitchen keep the look interesting.