7 Most Ang Moh-Looking HDBs In Singapore
If you’re looking to stand out from the crowd, and envision a home that teleports you to your favourite country, here are some inspirations to make that extreme makeover. Together with their interior designers, these homeowners created unusual homes that are reminiscent of countries and fantasies that don’t belong here, making them unique abodes that are chockfull of character.
1. Australian Farm
Inspired by the quaint interiors of archetypal English cottages, this home proves that the languid country side lifestyle can also be replicated in our urban jungle. The classic style is nailed with the cushy sofa upholstered in floral fabric and the vintage dining set.
Interior Designer: DHOME
Location: Jurong West
2. London Rocks
One way to transform a humble HDB flat into a luxurious loft apartment is by re-thinking the original layout. By shifting the dining room into a bedroom, the living area is significantly elongated to create a loft-like
look. Turning another bedroom into a spacious walk-in wardrobe also lends this home’s private area a refined touch.
Interior Designer: Edge Interior
Location: Anchorvale Crescent
3. French Twist
The homeowners wanted to live like royals, so they made it happen by creating a home that mimics the grandiose interiors of European palaces. The rococo curtains and wallpaper, as well as the classic French furniture set the tone for this lavish apartment, while the paintings and chandeliers complete the look with added authenticity.
Interior Designer: Fifth Avenue Interior
Location: Punggol Drive
4. New York Vibes
Fun, quirky, and modern, this décor style embodies an energy that’s evocative of New York. Just like the metropolis, this home is a mishmash of different styles that are put together casually, which results in a vibe that’s both creative and carefree.
Interior Designer: Fineline Design
5. Out Of This World
A dream home come true for any Star Wars fan, this apartment was renovated to reference the space-age aesthetic prevalent in the sets of sci-fi movies. Features such as the circular false ceiling, as well as the retro-futuristic bar stools at the breakfast counter come together to form a fantastically geeky home that’s both fun and unique.
Interior Designer: Aiden-T
Location: Pasir Ris
6. Rustic Nordic
The well-loved Scandinavian décor style is given a stylish twist here with the addition of rustic features, such as the textured wooden panels the clad the entrance walkway and dining area. This adds an edge to the rest of the home’s clean-lined furniture and built-in features, and gives the look a little more charisma.
Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Fernvale Street
7. Colours of Spain
Dominated by vivid colours, this family home is evocative of Spain and its bold, energetic palette. The large mosaic wall art that anchors the common area also brings to mind famous Spanish architect Gaudi’s works. While too many bold hues can make a home look garish, these homeowners did it tastefully by using it to highlight rather than overpower the spaces.
Interior Designer: Museum Homes
Location: Buona Vista
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