Steal Totally-Doable Ideas from These 8 Bukit Batok Homes
A few public housing developments are about to be completed! One of the lucky few that are collecting your keys this round or perhaps you’re still on the waitlist? Whatever your circumstance, it’s never too early to start curating interior ideas for your future home. Pinch from our favourite picks in Bukit Batok!
Interior Firm: Design Plus
1. First word that popped into our heads when we saw this home? Cosy. Classic white with warm wood instills a sense of warmth. That coupled with plenty of cushy and muted soft furnishings transforms the home into a restful haven. Stickler for keeping things organised? Consider employing sleek multipurpose vanity and study desks like these ones!
Interior Firm: The Local INN.terior
2. It’s pretty awesome how this contemporary home plays with various textures, hues and textiles for a result that screams vogue. Though the living room does have an interesting feature wall, the painted (and offbeat) geometric mural over at the dining area is what draws our undivided attention. Replicate the look for your home and pair it with an unorthodox string of pendant lights! We promise that the end result will be visually arresting.
Interior Firm: Ethereall
3. Love the “unfinished” look but wish for something that’s a little more elevated? Nail the industrial aspect first with exposed bricks, black track lights, raw cement and wood elements then jazz it up with unconventional display units like a mini lounge area to rest your collectibles on. Not only are they pragmatic but super eye-catching.
Interior Firm: Notion of W
4. Get past your space constraints when you go seamless with storage. Take this full-height display for instance. Aside from your run-of-the-mill cabinets, there are built-in nooks for shoes and trinkets too. Other parts of the home also employ these sleek fittings, resulting in a space that looks immaculate.
Interior Firm: Design Plus
5. Happen to have a tall ceiling? Consider installing a full-height bookshelf (don't worry if you don't have books, you can use it as a display for other memorabilia. Go the extra mile and make it even dreamier by painting it in a muted shade to match a more ethereal aesthetic.
Interior Firm: Hall Interiors
6. Things aren’t always what they appear to be and Hogwarts isn’t the only place with a chamber of secrets. In this scenario, the feature wall isn’t just a feature wall. It’s also a shoe cabinet and serves as an entry point to two spaces. How’s that for hidden rooms?
Interior Firm: Space Atelier
7. The Scandinavian aesthetic. Simple. Clean. Minimalistic. Functional. Does it remind you of anything else in particular? That’s right, multipurpose furnishings and, boy, do Nordic-inspired homes rely on them. But this home takes things a step further – what we thought was a standard shoe cabinet actually housed an antique sewing machine!
Interior Firm: Happe Design Atelier
8. Nothing says contemporary quite like a mash of styles. However, we’d recommend sticking to one palette. Go wild with your furnishings and fittings instead – how about a sliding barn door that serves as the kitchen’s entryway or installing a seating area in your cabinet? Nothing’s holding you back from experimenting.
Interior Firm: Lemonfridge Studio
Cost: $45,000Now that you've been armed with more design ideas, it's time to get started on realising your own!