What’s an Open Floor Plan? An Introduction

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What’s an Open Floor Plan? An Introduction
February 21, 2020
An “open floor plan” in residential architecture refers to a house in which two or more traditionally separate spaces or rooms have been joined together to create a larger and more open space by eliminating the walls or partition that stood between them. Traditionally separated areas or rooms such as the living room, kitchen, and […]
Interior Design Mistakes First Time Homeowners Should Avoid
February 10, 2020
You’re over the top excited. You’ve waited years for the complete turnover and now you finally have gotten the ownership of your own house. Just imagine, your own place!  Your own crib, waiting to be filled with life. The carefree kid in you is screaming and jumping in joy. He/she can’t wait to bring life […]
New Homeowner’s Checklist: Things to Do Prior to Moving In
January 31, 2020
Now that you have finally bought a new house, it’s time to get it ready before moving in. Sure, you’re excited to live in your new home and invite everyone for a housewarming party. But before you do that, let’s check out this list to make sure that your moving will be swift and hassle-free. […]
New Year, New Beginning: 6 Reasons to Renovate Your Home
January 24, 2020
If you think updating your home is merely a matter of a fresh coat of paint and few furniture replacements, think again. Home renovations can involve anything from improvements, restorations, and repairs on plumbing, electrical wirings, flooring and tiling, and carpentry to name a few. It’s in addition to the potential need to replace your […]
Pantone Colour of the Year: How to Incorporate Classic Blue Into Your Home
December 27, 2019
It was at the turn of the new millennium when the colour authorities at Pantone announced the first Pantone Color of the Year, Cerulean Blue. At the time, the company was hardly a household name, but its initial colour forecast has nevertheless made it a reigning authority for a multitude of industries—particularly interior design. Two […]
Singapore Interior Design Trends to Look Forward in 2020
December 20, 2019
2020 is here! As we usher in the New Year, we create new resolutions, set new goals, make a bucket list, and more likely than not, keep an eye out for the latest trends. Now is the best time to give our personal lives some attention and your home, too! But, you have to admit, […]
5 Factors that Make Your Bathroom Look Outdated
November 29, 2019
Trends come and go and before you know it, a style that you thought was fashionable once is now behind the times—making your home look outdated. One illustration of this is if your bathroom is inundated with nostalgic but now outdated design details: paste tiles, matching fixtures, and textured wallpaper to name a few. If […]
Becoming Minimalist: How to Declutter the Marie Kondo Way
November 22, 2019
‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organising’ by Marie Kondo is more than merely a best-selling book. It formed the foundation of the Netflix series, ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’ that has given rise to the minimalist lifestyle through her decluttering technique called the KonMari Method. This method seemed […]
Becoming Minimalist: How to Maximise Storage Space in Every Room
October 30, 2019
Minimalism is an interior design trend that more and more Singaporeans are adopting these days. Its laconic style and plainness in every detail—line, form, space, lighting, colour, furniture, and materials—are merely some of the factors that make it appealing to the eyes of many homeowners today. While it’s widely accepted that minimalism is about living […]
Becoming Minimalist: A Guide to Creating a Minimalist Home
October 25, 2019
Less is more. This is the very definition of minimalist interior design, portrayed by its distinguished clean lines and reductive, uncluttered, monochromatic look.  One just can’t deny the warmth and serenity this interior design theme can give. But, achieving such a minimalist look can be more deliberate and quite frankly, difficult. There’s more to purging […]