14 HDB Designs That Look Like Condo
Condo designs are often seen as polished, sleek, modern, and cool. Are you an HDB owner who’s looking for ways to up your interior design game? Well, we have good news for you. HDB designs can look as good as condo designs, too. Want proof? Here’s 14 of them!
1. Condos tend to possess a certain ambience — one that strongly resonates through this interior. It might be the slightly warm hues, the textured, rocky wallpaper, or the overall sense of spaciousness. Regardless, we give it two thumbs up.
Interior Designer: Space Define Interior
Location: Punggol Central
2. Get the condo vibe here? As opposed to what some may think, a home’s colour scheme has a large part to play in terms of overall aesthetics. The intermingling of black and white makes this space interesting and refreshing to look at.
Interior Designer: Inzz Studio
Location: Blk 336C Anchorvale Crescent
3. Simplicity works best when it comes to wanting to create an interior that wows and impresses. Do away with messes and clutters, embrace the idea of neat and tidy with open arms.
Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design
Location: Punggol Walk
4. Tired of traditional home designs and concepts? Spice things up with something modern. Industrial touches such as track lighting and rustic, wooden surfaces are elements you might want to consider.
Interior Designer: Space Sense Studio
5. Feature walls and appropriately chosen wallpaper can make all the difference between a house looking fab and drab. The ones selected here not only fit into the overall theme perfectly, they bring you into another world altogether.
Interior Designer: D5 Studio Image
Location: Yishun Natura
6. Whip up a condo-esque HDB with these ingredients: well-arranged, uncluttered furniture, a feature wall of sorts (feel free to replace with wallpaper of choice), and warm, cosy lighting.
Interior Designer: Inspire ID Group
Location: 485 Segar Road
7. Just in case you find it difficult to believe, yes, this is a HDB. The fancy lights and stunning kitchen slash mini bar counter are but a few ideas you can play around with. This space really fires the imagination, all the way to the bathroom. If you want something similar, step up your design game and be bold.
Interior Designer: i-Chapter
Location: Blk 612A Punggol Drive
8. Contemporary/Minimalist seems to be the go-to theme of many homeowners today. The idea of having less cleaning up to do apparently has its effects on busy working professionals like you and me.
Interior Designer: AD. I. WRKS
Location: 335B Anchorvale Crescent
9. Can you imagine yourself living in such a cosy abode? Clean lines and quirky touches such as framed drawings and oddly shaped lights make this a really fun and intriguing place to explore.
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY
Location: Sumang Link
10. Balconies provide a good amount of additional space for you to get creative with. Most people turn it into a snug little rest and relax corner that’s perfect for afternoon tea, some serious reading, or lighthearted conversation.
Interior Designer: eightytwo
Location: Parkland Residences
11. There seems to be an abundance of space in this interior, which greatly adds to its cosiness. The overall design not only resembles that of a condo, but definitely passes off as an awesome guesthouse or traveller’s inn of sorts.
Interior Designer: Living Gaia
Location: 261B Punggol Way
12. An incredibly elegant and harmonious home dominated by fresh, white tones.
Interior Designer: 2nd Phase Design
Location: Blk 152 Lor 2 Toa Payoh
13. This house is characterised by large windows, open spaces, and gleaming, see-through glass panels. With earthy palettes and matching furniture in the mix, the result is a bright and airy environment, which is pleasing to the senses.
Interior Designer: Space Atelier
14. We all have words or quotes to live by. What better idea than to have them displayed somewhere for all to see? “Live every moment, Laugh every day, Love beyond words”. How sweet.
Interior Designer: KDOT Associates
Location: 27 Ghim Moh Valley
Well, what do you think? You wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference, would you? It really is up to your creativity and how well you convey your ideas and concepts to your designer. Find one that suits you today.