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20 Ingenious Layout Tips & Designs for Clementi Crest

Located in the heart of the bustling Clementi Town Centre, where various amenities are within easy reach, many homeowners are definitely looking forward to moving in officially. Check out these cool renovation ideas, special for Clementi Crest.

 

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1. Most new BTOs nowadays are not big enough, especially not for families with 3-4 children. So how do you squeeze 4 kids in 4 or 5-Room BTO flats? Built-in beds could very well be your solution. This way, each kid can enjoy their own space.

Interior Designers: 3D Innovations and Crescendo Interior


 

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2. A very functional feature wall can be created by hacking the wall between 2 common bedrooms. How’s that for innovation?

Interior Designer: 3D Innovations


 

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3. Are you somebody who loves making full use of space? You can have your bedroom, study, as well as a small library all in one room.

Interior Designer: 9 Creation


 

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4. A beautiful tea bar / counter for days you don’t feel like heading out to a cafe or pub.

Interior Designer: Ace Space Design


 

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5. There is so much more to this simple design than meets the eye. Not only does it act as a modern feature wall, it can also be used as a seating area with extra storage.

Interior Designer: Copper Design Associates


 

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6. If you’re constantly worried about bathroom safety, add a step to make it easier to access the tub.

Interior Designer: D’Atlaz Interior


 

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7. The quiet corners of your home can be made a little livelier with simple decorations.

Interior Designer: Design 4 Space


 

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8. As you continue looking for ways to make your home more interesting, take a look at this classy bar counter near the kitchen and entrance.

Interior Designer: 3D Innovations


 

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9. Take your open concept kitchen to another level by adding a platform.

Interior Designers: Inside Living and D5 Studio Image


 

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10. In need of shoe cabinets but not sure where you should place them? Try these ideas.

Interior Designers: I-Bridge Design and Idees Interior Design


 

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11. Okay, so having a dining or bar area behind the living area is apparently becoming a thing. Pretty cool tip for homeowners who are always looking to keep up with the latest trends.

Interior Designer: i-Chapter


 

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12. For people who enjoy having multiple uses for one feature, wardrobes can be fitted with mirror panels and/or accessory hangers.

Interior Designers: i-Chapter and Space Define Interior


 

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13. If your kids enjoy playing music instruments or engaging in certain activities that require a larger creative space, such a bed could be the solution.

Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design


 

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14. Step up your dining game by extending the kitchen towards the dining table. Add windows to simulate a cafe or restaurant setting.

Interior Designer: Icon Interior Design


 

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15. What can you do if you’re the sort who always has a lot of stuff that needs storing? A straightforward answer would be to have a big wardrobe, where everything can be kept safe without collecting dust. You can also have a study table if space permits.

Interior Designer: Living Gaia


 

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16. No, dividers don’t always have to be just a panel of wood or plastic that prevents others from seeing too much of your home. They can be fully functional and act as an altar, a cabinet for shoes, or a place for keeping your fishing rods.

Interior Designer: Lux Design


 

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17. Some spaces of your home can be converted into study areas or display cabinets.

Interior Designers: Crescendo Interior, Lux Design, and Urban Habitat Design


 

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18. There’s an innovative way to create your own gym or workout area but it comes at the cost of 1 room. So if you’re particularly in love with sports, you might like to try this out.

Interior Designer: Dap Atelier


 

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19. The usual corridor style kitchen layout but with a small twist.

Interior Designers: The Interior Lab and Urban Habitat Design


 

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20. There are always things you can do to make your living space more engaging. The shoe cabinet, for instance, can also be used for display purposes. A small opening can also be created in the kitchen to make your dining experience more fun.

Interior Designer: The Interior Lab


 

Designed by Sophia Basuni for RenoNation.sg
Disclaimer: All dimensions are estimates only and may not be exact measurements. Floor plans from HDB.


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