16 Of The Prettiest Private Houses You’ll Ever See
Everybody likes pretty things. Whether you’re anticipating key collection, new homeowners, or seasoned ones who are looking for change, I’m sure we can all agree that a lovely design is what we’re going for on top of functionality and other factors. When it comes to defining a “beautiful” abode, there are several determinants that can be taken into account such as layout and furnishings. Well, prepare your eyes for a sweet treat because here are 16 private houses that have done it right.
1. Okay, can I pack my bags and move in this instant? Forget the cinema, movie night can be just as good, maybe even better. Grab some microwaved popcorn and pour yourself a nice glass of wine as you relax in the classy-looking red seats facing your favourite film on the projector screen.
Interior Designer: The Orange Cube
2. We all enjoy pleasant surprises; this interior certainly delivers them well. Charming right from the entrance, its eccentric theme gives you plenty to look at, with striking elements such as spherical lighting, and red and green sofa cushions that jazz everything up.
Interior Designer: Next Door ID
3. Here’s a good example of how you can add vibrancy to your home by having bold shades (bright blue and red in this case) take the lead.
Interior Designer: D5 Studio Image
Location: Jalan Kuang
4. It’s interesting how I get the feeling of being safe and tucked away in a shelter when I look at the overall design of this house. It’s definitely one of my top choices for protection if a zombie apocalypse ever hits Singapore.
Interior Designer: Reimage Decor
Location: Blair Road
5. You can certainly call this interior huge. All I see is space, space, and more space. That’s one of the many magical things about having a minimalistic design.
Interior Designer: ID Emboss
6. Doesn’t this home remind you of a holiday villa of sorts? In fact, it doesn’t even feel like you’re living in a bustling city called Singapore at all. With a home like this, I’d stay in all day and enjoy my seemingly perpetual vacation.
Interior Designer: akiHAUS
Location: Eastern Lagoon
7. Simplicity is, and always will be, one of the best charms there is. The subdued touches in this house prove it. Nothing is too elaborate here and it looks (and probably feels) comfortable.
Interior Designer: Habit
Location: Binchang Walk
8. I thought I was looking at Tony Stark’s apartment for a second. The concrete and brick walls work very well with the lighting in this space, so much so that I think it would make a really good set for a superhero movie.
Interior Designer: Sky Creation Design
Location: Hillcrest Villa
9. Textures and patterns can do a lot to complement an interior’s design and colours.
Interior Designer: i-Chapter
Location: 14 Lange Road
10. Not everybody has the privilege of enjoying a view of the sea on a daily basis. It’s definitely a plus point in terms of aesthetics as well.
Interior Designer: AD. I. WRKS
Location: Sentosa Cove
11. Let surrounding greenery help you establish some sort of natural decor. Proper leverage on such elements has done this house a huge favour.
Interior Designer: Space Define Interior
Location: Bo Seng Ave
12. If you look a little closer, you’ll realise that this interior includes a good mix of several interior design themes. Despite the combination of various features, its atmosphere is one that’s modern and classy.
Interior Designer: Collective Designs
13. You’re forgiven if you mistook this home for an art museum of sorts. With huge portraits sitting around and the inclusion of eccentric accessories, there seems to be many dimensions to this artsy space.
Interior Designer: Architology Interiors
Location: Medway Drive
14. Pastel colours and white-washed walls really bring out a strong scandinavian flavour in this house. On top of that, its simplistic design is very easy on the eyes and makes you feel right at home.
Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design
Location: Clover Way
15. Wondering what you would do if you lived in a private house? Show off your car, have a large foosball (or mahjong if it pleases you) table plonked somewhere, a ginormous sofa accompanied by a projector screen for awesome movie marathons, and throw in a grand piano while you’re at it (it doesn’t matter whether or not you play, really).
Interior Designer: Museum Homes
16. This place feels like a giant board game set. The pieces that make up the wall behind the television resemble Tetris puzzle pieces while the black and white dining chairs look like chunks of Reversi disks waiting to be flipped over. How’s that for a new and refreshing design?
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY
Location: Luxus Hill
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