6 Trendy Interior Design Styles To Consider For Your New BTO
You have long awaited this day! Finally applying for a BTO as a young couple, fantasising of how your dream abode would come together. Picking out a style that suits your personality but wondering, “will he/she still accept me ’till death do us part’ if I picked that tiger skin rug for our living room?”, “how do I impress my family/boss/friends when they come over during house warming?”There are just so many popular styles to keep up with these days – Scandinavian, Industrial, Modern, Minimalistic… and to some renovation can be a tough decision. While you wait to receive your keys, we’ve picked the top 6 trendy BTO interior designs for you wouldn’t want to miss!
There are just so many popular styles to keep up with these days – Scandinavian, Industrial, Modern, Minimalistic… and to some renovation can be a tough decision. While you wait to receive your keys, we’ve picked the top 6 trendy BTO interior designs for you wouldn’t want to miss!
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Style: Gentle contours, clean lines, accent colours and practical functionality.
Furniture: The use of wood and other organic material are popular Scandinavian furniture feature. Add a matt black stainless steel, white or rose gold finishings to your furniture to achieve a modern fusion look.
Colour: White with soft grey tones are the foundation colours while adding a slight touch of pastel hues will help you attain the right ambience of a Scandinavian interior.
Style: Illusion of an ‘incomplete look’ – with exposed bricks or concrete walls, steel beams or columns, and surfaces to suggest an industrial atmosphere.
Furniture: Recycled or worn out furniture made of steel, metal, dark wood and even leather are popular must haves to get that rustic and mature look accompanied with warm lights.
Colour: Grey hues are favoured but be sure to add a twist of bright and loud colour in the mix of your decor to add personality to your living space.
Style: Cosmopolitan, glamorous chic, minimalist ornamentations with the essential use of lighting to create the illusion of a bigger living area.
Furniture: Large furniture that tends to be sleek but not over the top. Modern interior design is a mix of many materials. Popular use of wood and plastic furniture are used along with glass and metal to create a glossy and smooth finishing.
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Style: Urban rustic and edgy character that screams city style living from your studio apartment.
Furniture: A mix of contemporary furniture – Sofa chairs and sectionals makes a good compliment to the soho style living, enhanced with wooden bar counters, art decorations and knickknacks to spruce up the look.
Colour: Avoid bright and loud colours and keep it basic with monochromatic black and white colours. To keep your home interesting, get black, white and grey in different shades and textures.
Style: Simple, sleek and minimal design for those who are looking for a stylish and fashionable home.
Furniture: Leather or wooden furniture paired with warm lighting. Italy is widely known for its fashion, art and superior materials such as leather so to achieve this look, streamline furniture and soft furnishings like plush rugs, painted murals, glass panels, tufted details, glossy wood or marble floors to decorate your home.
Colour: Earthy and natural colours.
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Style: What goes around comes around, and this is true for furniture too! This quirky, rustic charm design is for those for want to bring infuse nostalgia with contemporary life.
Furniture: Wooden furniture, coupled with tiled flooring/backsplashes, patchwork and a chesterfield couch, make for an iconic retro design style.
Colour: Retro or vintage colours usually have a good mix of different colours, playing to the fun vibe.
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