The Secret Ingredients To Getting Your Home On Trend
Ah, if only there were hard and fast rules for a home that's perfectly on fleek. Generally, contemporary homes are right on trend - a style that's basically what is in and popular right now, but with leeway to change according to trends as well as styles from different eras.
Here are some popular ingredients that when thrown in the mix will make your home a hit.
1. Ingredient: Lots of wood
Contemporary homes focus on lines and forms that are simple and sleek. While the wood elements create an artistic form that makes the home feel airy and expansive, each area has a focal point that tethers everything together.
Interior designer: The Design Practice
Location: Water Place
Cost of Renovation: $90,000
2. Ingredient: Popping pieces
Another appealing quality most homeowners go for is an understated charm that’s still impressive and impactful. The living room’s unique storage spaces double up as design elements, and coupled with bold, coloured furnishings, the home lets off an artistic vibe.
Interior designer: Ciseern
Cost of Renovation: $45,000
3. Ingredient: A neutral palette
Unique lines, angles and curvatures are integral to this home’s design concept; a refreshing exploration of structure and form that adds dimension to the space. The smart choice of greys, browns and off-whites lend to the timeless and classic mood.
Interior designer: Poetus
Location: Twin Waterfalls
Cost of Renovation: $50,000
4. Ingredient: A hint of Scandi-Industrial
Popular Industrial and Scandinavian elements can be found littered all over, from a floor decked fully in wood, to the black wire meshes and accents. To top that off, these homeowners added a centrestage window that's not only a stunner, but lets natural light flood in and open up your space.
Interior designer: The Cott Interior
Location: Seletar Park Residence
Cost of Renovation: $30,000
5. Ingredient: A patterned statement, and a little masculinity
In a simple layout with a sophisticated neutral theme that’s hot right now - dark wood meets grey and beige - an eye-catching carpet, with a mix of patterns and prints will give your place a jolt of life. In the bedroom, a dark and black theme makes for a super cosy atmosphere.
Interior designer: Schemacraft
Cost of Renovation: $66,000
6. Ingredient: Muted minimalism
Another contemporary look is achieved here with a low couch and simple furnishings in a decluttered and minimalistic environment. Light flooring, white walls, and pale wood – a distinctive style you can’t go wrong with.
Interior designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Ferraria Park
Cost of Renovation: $74,000
7. Ingredient: Seamless sophistication
Oozing a metropolitan sensibility with darker, sophisticated hues, this home’s refined posture has an obvious mass appeal. A combination of textures, along with a balance of organic curves and rigid lines, infuses a sense of dynamism into the space.
Interior designer: KDOT Associates
Location: Skyville @ Dawson
Cost of Renovation: $80,000