8 Homes That’ll Make You Want to Stay in All Day
You’ll never leave the comforts of your space again.
Let’s face it: the current COVID-19 restrictions have many of us spending more time at home instead of heading out. Since you’re already cooped up indoors, why not make the best of it? Here’s a list of soothing abodes that’ll make you want to stay in all day, pandemic or not.
Since we can’t really enjoy late-night drinks at bars now, what’s stopping you from setting up your very own bar at home? This elegant, monochromatic home features a galley-style kitchen with a bar counter that doubles as extra prep space. Add a custom neon sign to really nail the look!
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Nothing says restful quite like a lazy day knocking back a cuppa or two at a cafe, specifically one located in idyllic Paris. So, forget filling out your balcony with sparse outdoor furniture; instead adopt leafy greens, intricate wrought-iron railings, romantic lights plus simple lawn-style chairs.
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The custom wine cabinet beside the dining table is also a neat touch for intimate get-togethers.
Contrary to the earlier monochromatic abode, this home embraces colour and funky graphic tiles. While having foldable glass doors is a very practical move, the homeowners took it one step further by creating a second entrance for the balcony (accessible via the hallway), so there’s plenty of sunlight all around.
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If you love hosting guests over, this massive, conjoined kitchen island-and-dining table is perfect for dinner parties and game nights. There’s also a spare art room for you to get crafty and unleash your creativity!
This airy resale HDB in Tiong Bahru is giving us serious resort vibes. Imbue a laid-back air by keeping the accessories and decor minimalist. Here, Salt Studio uses light hues and pops of green to keep the area looking bright and breezy.
Self-care Sundays done right in this interior designer's 3-room HDB flat. If you’re all for treating yourself, what’s better than a good soak in your bathtub? Ready a bath, your favourite read and a glass of champagne on days that you need some extra pampering. And, yes, it’s possible to have a bathtub at home, even if you have an HDB.
View this project by Lemonfridge Studio
If you prefer a more rustic look, what about this MUJI-inspired HDB that looks straight out of Japan? The platform nook features an extendable mahjong table that can be stowed away when not in use. Add an extra dose of fun with a huge pool table and cushy bean bag chairs.
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Consider your nooks and think about how you’d like to use them. Take this colourful resale home for instance — it’s fun, vibrant and full of smart storage ideas. It even has a private enclave behind the… walk-in wardrobe? The wall-to-floor reading nook has compartments to stash all your knick-knacks out of sight, from books to bulky luggage bags.
View this project by Urban Home Design 二本設計家
Think black and white creates a too harsh approach? Well, this BTO is going to prove you wrong. While the palette may come off as a little masculine, it’s softened with round-edged furniture of similar shades. Accented with pretty prints and decor, this Pinterest-worthy study makes hustling look a whole lot prettier.
View this project by KDOT
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