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Underrated Home Styles That'll Make Your Home Super Unique




Date Posted: September, 2 2016, Posted By: Deya Banerjee
Categories: Ideas & Inspiration

Everyone on this planet is unique in one-way or another and we should all have a space that belongs to just us where we can let our unique selves roam free. If you’ve got the space, then take a look at these homes to give you some inspiration on how to make that space unique to you and bring out that personality.

1.     Country

The grass is always greener on the other side. This statement is especially true for people who live in a fast paced city and want a laidback lifestyle. Well with a design like the one below, you can have the best of both worlds. Work all day in the concrete jungles of Singapore and come home to a rustic country home that overlooks the city. The use of white and wood gives this space a cosy vibe that everyone craves for these days.

Design by DB Studio

415B Fernvale Link
S$ 40,000
(HDB)
Click here to view more of this project.

2.     Eclectic

·  Bohemian

Give your space a total indie makeover by taking some inspiration from this boho-chic house. The mix of different textures gives this place a balanced harmonious look and the use of natural plants adds a touch of greenery and life to the place.

Design by Fifth Avenue Interior

293 Compassvale Crescent
S$ 35,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.

·  Artsy

This is a brilliant design for pop art lovers where they can show off their art collection in a space that complements it. The colour scheme and the various prints used around the house makes this place unique and gives it a vibrant vibe.

Design by Fifth Avenue Interior

133 Simei Street
S$ 28,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.

· Natural

This design is great for people who love the outdoors and want to bring a part of it into their home. The colour scheme of the house is natural, neutral and soothing to the eyes. This makes the place feel more like a resort than a house (which is great when you want to relax after a long day at work).

Design by Fifth Avenue Interior

Neptune Court
S$ 85,000
(Condominium)
Click here to view more of this project.

3.     Retro

A colour scheme that includes a few bright bold colours definitely helps to liven up a dark or dull room. This design allows the bright colours (furniture, doors) to really pop against the neutral background (walls, floor). The addition of big and bold retro art (wall clock) further emphasises the retro theme.

Design by DSOD Interior

266B Punggol Way
S$ 35,000
(HDB)
Click here to view more of this project.

4.     Traditional

·  Victorian

Anyone who is a fanatic of the Victorian era or anyone who would want to live like royalty would definitely approve of this traditional Victorian styled home. Complete with Victorian art wallpaper, ornate furniture and chandeliers, this design definitely stands out from the crowd.

Design by Fifth Avenue Interior

641C Punggol Drive
S$ 25,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.

·  Clean Cut

Not everyone likes super ornate designs. Sometimes when you plan to live in a place for a few years you want something simple and clean cut. This design offers just that. This home’s simple traditional style is a classic that will always be trending.

Design by Le Posh Design

Bedok North
S$ 32,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.

5.     Vintage

·  Parisian Elegance

This house has the ability to instantly transport you to a classic Parisian studio. The monochromatic colour scheme brings a touch of elegant luxury that can be found on every corner in Paris.

Design by Fifth Avenue Interior

671B Edgefield Plains
S$ 50,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.

·  Old Street

The quirky antique furniture used in this apartment sets it apart and is a definite conversation starter. The posters are a great way to fill up the empty wall as well as complement the vintage theme.

Design by DSOD Interior

310A Waterway Terrace 2
S$ 35,000
(Apartment)
Click here to view more of this project.
 

It can be quite challenging to create a home that is aesthetically appealing, complements your personality and stays in your budget (all at once). To this, Ideal Living says ‘Challenge Accepted’!

 

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