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The perfect blend of natural and artificial lighting has a welcoming effect to visitors. For a beautiful aesthetic habitable place, consider adopting many separate sources of light. These will bedazzle the home. Minimalist wooden furniture emphasizes the character of each room as a cozy and private...

With this design, the interior designer has let out her genie powers out of the bottle. Her team rejuvenated the look of the entire house to make it look breathtaking. Her designs make the house cohesive and it seems like one big idea is flowing...

The Scandinavian concept is an increasingly popular interior option for a futuristic condominium. Working with small living spaces may feel restricting but with a few clever tips everything should come out just right. For instance white color scheme on just about everything from creates the illusion...

Who says that living in an HDB apartment has to be boring? If you are looking for inspiration to spruce up your humble HDB abode, here are some unexpected and unique homes to inspire you. 1. First Class - Using a comforting colour scheme of soft, neutral colours...

1 One of the fastest rising design concepts used for apartments these days is the Scandinavian-Industrial design. Most young couples and millennials opt for this concept because it is easier to maintain and at the same time, more streamlined and straightforward. To create the Scandi-industrial look for your living room and dining room, use neutral colors and wood together. Lighting is minimal and focused. If you wish to add a bit of color, use it as part of the furnishings or decor so that it would not be too distracting.