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7 ID Showrooms So Stunning They Might Just Inspire Your Home’s Design

July 20, 2022
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Not your average corporate office.

You’ve seen plenty of nice homes across Singapore, but how about nice showrooms, designed by local interior design firms? Apart from social media or your travels, your ID’s showrooms can also be a good source of inspiration, with tons of materials and designs that catch your eye.

Interior Design showrooms

To help you see what we mean, we’ve rounded up 7 of the most visually-stunning interior design showrooms in Singapore, along with projects that were inspired by said showrooms!


1. Insight.Out Studio

Shaw Road by Insight.Out Studio

Interior Firm: Insight.Out Studio

Decked out in patterned tiles, reeded glass, and rattan, Insight.Out Studio’s showroom has one clear theme – a colonial, Indochine look.

Shaw Road by Insight.Out Studio
Shaw Road by Insight.Out Studio

That’s not all you’ll find there, though. Take a closer look, and you’ll also find luxe touches in the form of marble countertops and gold accents, as well as various curved features (like the mirrors, doors, and even recessed wardrobe shelves) that add hints of sophistication to the space!

Interior Design showrooms

Example of a house inspired by Insight.Out Studio’s showroom:

Interior Design showrooms

While the homeowners of this executive apartment in Sembawang were initially planning to centre their interior around antique furnishings, they still didn’t have any clear idea of what to go for.

That is, until they saw Insight.Out Studio’s showroom, realising that the vintage colonial theme is a perfect fit for their own home!

Admiralty Drive by Insight.Out Studio
Admiralty Drive by Insight.Out Studio

2. A Blue Cube Design

Paya Lebar Road by A Blue Cube Design

Interior Firm: A Blue Cube Design

No, this luxurious-looking space is not a hotel, nor is it a fancy landed property -- rather, it's A Blue Cube Design’s showroom!

Paya Lebar Road by A Blue Cube Design
Paya Lebar Road by A Blue Cube Design

Here, cosy furnishings and warm lighting pair well with fluted panels and a sleek black-and-white theme to create a sophisticated, yet homely space that resembles a posh apartment in New York City.

Paya Lebar Road by A Blue Cube Design

3. Charlotte’s Carpentry

Jalan Pemimpin by Charlotte's Carpentry
Jalan Pemimpin by Charlotte's Carpentry

Interior Firm: Charlotte's Carpentry

For the hardcore minimalists, Charlotte’s Carpentry’s loft-style showroom may be just the place you’re looking for.

Jalan Pemimpin by Charlotte's Carpentry
Jalan Pemimpin by Charlotte's Carpentry

In true minimalist fashion, the space boasts a largely-white theme, with custom-made tables, seating, and storage keeping the look neat and streamlined. Little pops of colour from the Qeebee chairs and green accent walls also inject a contemporary vibe that makes this showroom feel just like a hotel lobby

4. Forefront Interior

Showroom by Forefront Interior

Interior Firm: Forefront Interior

'Sophisticated' and 'elegant' are just some of the words you’d use to describe Forefront Interior’s showroom. Classic details like the wainscoting and moulding decorate its otherwise modern, spacious interior, giving you an idea of what it’s like when old meets new.

Showroom by Forefront Interior
Showroom by Forefront Interior

5. Editor Interior

Ubi Avenue 3 by Editor Interior

Interior Firm: Editor Interior

It’s colours that reign supreme in Editor Interior’s showroom. Here, you’ll find swaths of pastel pink and deep teal – which isn’t a combination you’d typically see in a home, but one that in theory works wonderfully together.

Ubi Avenue 3 by Editor Interior
Ubi Avenue 3 by Editor Interior

Interior Firm: Editor Interior

Adding to the quirky, contemporary theme, you’ll also find elements from a myriad of different interior design styles. Take for instance the exposed piping on the ceiling – which is a classic industrial-style feature – as well as the gold accents and marble countertops that add a modern luxe touch.

6. Mr Designer Studio

Ubi Road 1 by Mr Designer Studio
Ubi Road 1 by Mr Designer Studio

Interior Firm: Mr Designer Studio

Picture a posh, Beverly Hills-esque home, and you’d probably think of gold accents, backlit wardrobes, and marble floors. Well, that’s exactly what you’ll find in Mr Designer Studio’s showroom!

Ubi Road 1 by Mr Designer Studio

7. The Interior Lab

M38 Showroom by The Interior Lab
M38 Showroom by The Interior Lab

Interior Firm: The Interior Lab

Cool, modern vibes meet Oriental influences in The Interior Lab’s showroom. Cast your eyes away from the marble floors and herringbone designs, and you’ll notice the jade green tiles and circular motifs that are a classic addition in any traditional Oriental home.

Example of a house inspired by The Interior Lab’s showroom:

Ang Mo Kio Court by The Interior Lab

Interior Firm: The Interior Lab

It was precisely these herringbone designs that prompted Paul Twohill to incorporate them into his own dark, contemporary BTO flat in Ang Mo Kio. While he didn’t exactly replicate the modern Oriental theme, it’s proof that even the finest details are enough to inspire a renovation journey.

Ang Mo Kio Court by The Interior Lab

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