4-Room HDBs Designs That Aren’t Your Cookie-Cutter Home

By Qanvast / Qanvast | July 27, 2018 4:31 PM SGT
Need ideas for your new HDB apartment? Take cue from these 10 four-room apartments that surprise us with what can be achieved design-wise!
1. Give a clean and timeless modern look a gritty spin with hues of black and grey. Sleek lines pull the look together, creating visual interest and cohesion.
Interior designer: KDOT Associates; Location: McNair Road
Cost of renovation: $75,000
2. With a simple colour palette, add one or two pieces of furniture in a bright wash of colour, and your living space will look livelier immediately.
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Interior designer: MET Interior; Location: Boon Lay Avenue
Cost of renovation: $49,000
3. The plush sofa and fluffy rug in a rich shade of blue immediately draws our attention away from the white surroundings.
Interior designer: D'Initial Concept; Location: Whampoa Dew
Cost of renovation: $30,000
4. Bring about a lighter and airier mood at home with lots of white! The touches of grey are the sprinkles on the cake, giving the apartment a polished and completed look.
Interior designer: Chapter One; Location: Anchorvale Crescent
Cost of renovation: $39,000
5. The brooding mood of this industrial-style apartment is evocative of a swanky underground pub, but also allows you the freedom to indulge your love for toys and collectible figurines.
Interior designer: 82; Location: Toa Payoh Crest
Cost of renovation: $70,000
6. To create an illusion of bigger space, do away with walls or partitions and play around with funky floor tiles or flooring designs to create a visual demarcation instead.
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Interior designer: DB Studio; Location: Anchorvale Crescent
7. Integrate big, leafy potted plants and faux animal skin rugs around the house for a lushness of the jungle.
Interior designer: Free Space Intent; Location: Tampines GreenForest
Cost of renovation: $58,000
8. Play elongated spaces to your advantage by keeping the furnishings sparse and down to the bare minimum, so that the area is always simple and clean.
Interior designer: UNO Interior; Location: Punggol Walk
Cost of renovation: $48,000
9. House your comic books and character figurines in a bookshelf that cleverly acts as a partition separating the bed from the work area for an apartment that is creative yet playful.
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Interior designer: AD. I. WRKS; Location: Telok Blangah Heights
Cost of renovation: $60,000
10. This apartment is at once both homely and comforting, yet pleasantly surprising with an attention-grabbing mustard yellow wall in the dining area.
Interior designer: Charlotte's Carpentry; Location: Ang Mo Kio
Cost of renovation: $39,000
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