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For someone who is into a modern and artistic approach when it comes to their interior designs, this set is a good stray from the typical minimalist Scandinavian designs that have been so popular in the past years.

11200611_927947287322231_2067093024236114143_n The color white has many effects on the body and mind especially in ones home. In this article, we will be talking about how the color white can improve your home aesthetically, mentally and emotionally. 
921247_1279844605365058_5210158366358697828_o This home is done by Paul Yeo who has a great eye for design. With the calm and muted tones of different shades of grey, it truly does add to the overall effect which was needed to achieve a minimalist Scandinavian design. 
980729_1699767050261953_8791167619761187593_o This 5 room BTO was designed by Aart Senior Designer Katherine Chong. Initially the design concept was meant to be Modern Scandinavian which is leaning towards a more lifestyle concept.