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dc vision creative moden living room From the moment you enter the apartment, you notice that the designer has managed to fully use every inch and every corner of the environment. For some, the interior might look overwhelmed, but in reality, it is compact and very creative. 

This apartment in Punggol features a spacious walk-in wardrobe plus a study area with 3 bedrooms combined! The mirror sliding doors helps to make the space look bigger. This design layout is perfect for couples staying alone who have lots of clothes but could not figure out a...

weiken funky colors dining area Sometimes, thinking and going out of the box can result in stunning interior that is more fun and vibrant than most designs we are used to. Such is the case here, where the designer has replaced the neutral palette of colours common for modern interiors with refreshing blue and green that are more appealing to the eyes.. Combining these two colours with excellent natural carpentry resulted in a fantastic, modern apartment that the young and old will surely love. The living area feels like a lobby for a beach resort because of the blue sofa that is cool to the eyes. Combined with the white background, the home furnishing automatically stood out amidst the sea of white interiors.
aart boxx scandinavian with rustic elements shoe cabinet The shoe cabinet is the first thing guests encounter when they enter your home, and the designer has made sure that the piece has a rustic, warm feeling to it. This HDB BTO scandinavian industrial theme is designed for Blk 86 Skyville Dawson.
inzz studio contemporary black living area A common color choice for modern interiors is white and neutral colors. However, from time to time, designers opt for a more dramatic outlook, and use darker tones. Such is the case here.