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Here are the Top 18 Most-Liked Homes in Singapore for 2018

We consolidated our social media data and found out just which homes our readers really liked in 2018:

 

#18. The Minimalist Haven (No. of Likes: 30)

What mainly draws our readers to this neutral-hue 4-room flat in the East of Singapore is its simplicity. It adopts a mainly white palette, with touches of wood and black to add warmth and visual depth. Despite its small size, it packs a punch in design features. In the kitchen for instance, the dining table doubles as a kitchen counter, while the built-in closet serves also as a divider between the bedroom and the walk-in wardrobe.

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Designer: Rhiss Interior
Location: Tampines
Cost: $55,000

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#17. New York Loft (No. of Likes: 30)

With its industrial-style fixtures and surfaces, brick wall and variety of seating in the living room, this effortlessly cool home is reminiscent of the loft-style apartments in New York. The first thing that caught our readers’ attention? The hip brinjal colour swathing the interior walls. Then it’s the loud, colourful hodgepodge of floor tiles in the kitchen made all the more flamboyant amidst the wooden cabinets.

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Designer: Free Space Intent
Location: Upper Boon Keng
Cost: $72,000

 

#16. Shades of Blue (No. of Likes: 31)

The walls to one of the rooms in this 4-room flat were partially knocked down to make room for a mirrored-back display cabinet for the homeowner’s toy model collection. Set against a gorgeous teal shade wall with LED lights, the feature creates a luxe vibe to the space. The other rooms in the home take on other shades of blue, with the kitchen cabinets swathed in a snazzy electric blue and the bedroom covered in cobalt.

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Designer: D5 Studio Image
Location: Toa Payoh
Cost: $47,000

 

#15. Très Chic (No. of Likes: 32)

Our readers fell in love with this apartment that looks and feels like a Parisian boutique hotel. The home comes equipped with a frameless glass-encased home office and an open-plan walk-in wardrobe that comes with a marble-clad vanity table top. Polished surfaces sit alongside rough-hewn ones. Take for instance the kitchen, where elegant white hexagon tiles are juxtaposed alongside the raw cement screed surface.

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Designer: ARK-hitecture
Location: Toa Payoh
Cost: $46,000

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#14. Industrial Leanings (No. of Likes: 32)

The industrial vibe of this apartment is evident from the moment you walk in, with black-painted pipes lining the walls from the living room to the kitchen. The interior doors were made to look like solid steel doors, which add to the utilitarian feel of the space. Elsewhere, wood is predominant, lending warmth to the industrial elements.

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Designer: New Interior Design
Location: Toa Payoh
Cost: N.A.

 

#13. Go Modern (No. of Likes: 35)

Modern-themed, this condominium feels cohesive with the same colours and materials used throughout the home. Readers liked the clever use of space, particularly with the dining bench extending to form the living room’s TV console as well as the hidden door panel that opens up to reveal the entrance to the kitchen. Lighting plays a crucial role here to set the mood, with the designer going for variety from recessed lights and spotlights to cove lights and pendants.

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Designer: Space Atelier
Location: Woodlands
Cost: $55,000

 

#12. Formal/Informal Visit (No. of Likes: 40)

Dark wood is a running element in this home, and it has the effect of creating a swanky, luxurious vibe to the space. To soften the look and create a cosier feel, the homeowners went with more casual and comfortable furnishings. Perhaps what impressed our readers the most is the walk-in wardrobe, which features a full-height, LED-lit transparent shoe cabinet display that is as stunning as it is functional.

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Designer: The Vision Project
Location: Punggol
Cost: $55,000

 

#11. A Bolt Out Of The Blue (No. of Likes: 42)

It stands to reason that blue was a pretty popular colour choice for homes in Singapore in 2018. Slightly more uncommon than standard white or black, it can work as a neutral or as a bold colour statement. In this apartment, it’s the latter. Against a crisp white background, the bold blue hue used here is a visual declaration. Black accents and trimmings create a smart, contemporary look, while the cement screed and wood textures add depth to the space.

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Designer: Design Neu
Location: Bukit Batok
Cost: N.A.

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#10. Third Time’s a Charm (No. of Likes: 42)

We’ve featured this Punggol home before (see here), but it seems our readers can’t get enough of its gorgeous interiors. What they like best are the hidden storage panels covered in wood laminates to blend in with the rest of the space. So hidden are they that they appear almost seamless, which is necessary since there are so many other things going on in this home. Our favourite part are the private sanctuaries, which look like they belonged to a luxury boutique hotel.

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Designer: Akihaus
Location: Punggol Central
Cost: N.A.

 

#9. Swede Style (No. of Likes: 43)

The Scandinavian look is still a popular interior design choice on our sunny shores, so it’s no surprise that this beautiful Scandi-themed home is sitting at number 11. With light and bright interiors dominated by warm wood carpentry, it’s a home that feels extremely cosy. Lest the space becomes too one-toned, the designer incorporated several graphic elements, as seen in the kitchen walls as well as the hexagonal tiles in the bathroom.

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Designer: The Interior Lab
Location: Telok Blangah
Cost: $40,000

 

#8. Light and Bright (No. of Likes: 46)

And speaking of light and bright interiors, here’s another that fits the bill. Much effort was taken to ensure that the space is fully lit by daylight and well ventilated. The kitchen was created semi-open with sliding bi-fold windows so that they can be opened to create a larger visual space. And instead of going for a full concrete wall divider to block the view from the entrance into the living room, the designer went with ventilation bricks, which still allowed air and light to pass through from the main door into the rest of the spaces.

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Designer: DB Studio
Location: Choa Chu Kang
Cost: $80,000

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#7. Dark Luxury (No. of Likes: 47)

Sitting at number 9 is this deliciously dark interior. Glossy surfaces and mirrored cabinets help to bounce light around so you can get the sense that this BTO flat is larger than it really is. The theme? Opulence. A generous L-shaped sofa sits in the living room, backed up against a stone-tiled wall. One of the rooms facing the common bathroom was converted into a glass-encased walk-in wardrobe, where it has direct entryway into the bedroom. The en suite is clad in marble-like wall tiles and comes with a quarter-way tiled wall to serve as a splashguard.

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Designer: Design 4 Space
Location: Bukit Batok
Cost: $90,000

 

#6. Be So Bold (No. of Likes: 48)

There are several clever design elements in this HDB flat, which is decked out in a classic colour scheme of white, black and wood. The bold decision was made to hack away the walls of a room in order to accommodate the dining area as well as a home office. Glass walls were put up along the windows in the knocked down room to use it as a study area, while the eating space sits on the other side. Outside the kitchen, eye-catching rows of letter boxes steal the show. But it’s more than a display item; it also doubles as extra storage space.

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Designer: DSOD Interior
Location: Toa Payoh
Cost: N.A.

 

#5. Rustic Splendour (No. of Likes: 49)

It’s the tiny details that make all the difference in this home, which is covered in rustic wood surfaces throughout. See for instance the TV console, which features wired glass fronts, or the chevron patterns of the headboard that mimic those of the full-height wardrobes flanking the sides of the bed. Readers were also particularly taken by the wood element in the living room, which extended from the sides of the wall all the way to the ceiling, visually lengthening the height of the space.

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Designer: Ju Design Studio
Location: Punggol
Cost: $32,000

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#4. Pastel Perfection (No. of Likes: 51)

This sweet family home features soft pastels, with lavender used consistently throughout the home. You see it in the shoe cabinet, the walls of the communal spaces as well as the wardrobe in the bedroom. The space feels light and airy, as most spaces are kept open with little barriers between them. Save for the pastel hues, the rest of the space comes in white or light wood tones.

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Designer: Ju Design Studio
Location: Sengkang
Cost: $41,000

 

#3. Snug as a Bug (No. of Likes: 54)

If there’s a cosier home than this HDB flat by Inside Living, we haven’t found it. We love the stunning terrazzo flooring that runs the entire living room and the bedrooms as well as the soft warm glow that the apartment seems to be enveloped in. Grey is used liberally throughout, but the space doesn’t feel bland thanks to the use of textures. We also liked the open concept en-suite in the master bedroom, which helps to visually open up the sleeping quarters.

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Designer: Inside Living
Location: Ang Mo Kio
Cost: N.A.

 

#2. Pared-Back Luxury (No. of Likes: 63)

When one thinks of a home inspired by a luxury fashion brand, images of excess immediately come to mind. But what this home does is to pare back the lavishness so that it looks elegant instead of tacky. The home adopts a white-and-black colour scheme. Gold trimmings and marble surfaces allude to the luxe factor, but otherwise, everything else is kept sleek and simple. The use of mirrors and glass also keeps things bright and airy.

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Designer: Fineline Design
Location: Tanglin Halt
Cost: N.A.

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#1. Winning Combination (No. of Likes: 86)

And the most-liked home in 2018? This dark and dandy apartment by Fifth Avenue Interior, where black and various shades of blue make up the colour palette. But it’s the clever details that caught the eye of our readers. Check out the dining area that can accommodate more, thanks to two benches used. They fit in with the dining chairs in such a compact way, avoiding taking up more floor estate than necessary. In the kitchen, a pull-out drawer reveals the dish rack, which helps to free up space on the counter. In the bedroom, the clever arrangement of the built-in closet creates a small walk-in wardrobe area, lending an exclusive feel to the sleeping quarters.

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Designer: Fifth Avenue Interior
Location: Yishun
Cost: N.A.

 

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