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HDB Residential Interior Design

Have you browsed through Singapore renovators and interior designers’ portfolio? Have you seen how impressively they work around the limited living space of Housing and Development Board (HDB) residences?  HDB residences in Singapore are pretty much the same in floor are and design.  There is very little you can do to enhance the greeneries and balcony.  But, given the right interior design and renovation company, there is actually a lot of room for magic.

There are so many designs and motifs to suit every personality type.  For the more traditional types, there are English colonial, classic designs and modern minimalist designs.  For the more exuberant ones, there are always sophisticated, Victorian designs, modern and artistic designs and youthful vibrant artistry with splashes of colour.  Other than the main themes, you can always choose the colour scheme to best complement your character.  Some prefer simple yet bold shades; others want a neutral colour scheme.  There are also those adventurous spirits who want bright, eccentric palettes.

In Singapore HDBs, the main secret to enhancing the limited floor space is mirrors.  Mirrors are used to brighten up a room and magnify it to a certain degree.  In most of the Singapore renovation companies and interior designers’ portfolios, mirrors are omnipresent.

The living room, being the main area for receiving guests, entertaining and lounging about is often the focal point of most HDB residences.  It houses the entertainment centre, including the audio and video sets.  The living room explicitly shows the personalities of the homeowners and often times, there are shelves and tables displaying portraits of the home owners or their collections – whether it be antique, figurines or action figures.

There are so many ways one can work on their HDB interior design.  The key is in finding the right interior design and renovation company to make your dream into a reality.