Scandinavian-Style Flats in Singapore You’ll Want to See

Check out actual homes in SG that bear elements of this popular interior design style.

Updated on June 12, 2017 11:06 am

Camille Besinga


What makes a home typically Scandinavian? Plentiful use of natural light; bright, airy neutrals; clean, fluid lines. Learn all about the basics of Scandinavian style here, but take a peek at actual apartments right here in Singapore that use this popular look.

Pasir Ris Drive 4
Design by Meter Square Pte Ltd

A good mix of black, white, and lots of wooden accents make a perfect Scandi-style background to furniture with simple but rounded forms and lines.

Apartment at Punggol Field
Design by Icon Interior Design Pte Ltd

Crisp white walls are interrupted by blue-grey accents, black borders, and bare concrete. Scandinavian-style chairs, tables, and sofas create a merry mix with gallery walls and uncomplicated light fixtures.

Design by Project File Pte Ltd

Function is a priority in Scandinavian design, but aesthetic doesn’t follow far behind. Angular architectural details in kitchen counters are softened by Wishbone chairs. In the living area, hidden storage creates a linear visual, tempered by the graceful curves of an armchair and the sofa.

Fernvale Apartment
Design by San Trading & Renovation Contractor

How you treat your walls has a big impact on the overall look of your space. This Fernvale apartment has a mix of white walls, brick walls, and even bare concrete. In one area, walls are replaced by glass dividers with black steel frames, to help sunlight filter in and through the rooms.

4 Room Woodlands Crescent
Design by Rezt & Relax Interior

This hip Woodlands Crescent apartment has chalkboard black walls that its owner can easily dress up with typography, while unpretentious furnishings are accented by amber-glass drop lamps.

Apartment at Redhill
Design by Insidelookz

A large gray sectional anchors the living space in this white-and-light-wood home. Mirrors visually expand the limited space.

Clementi West Street 2
Design by Artis Interior

Scandinavian style doesn’t necessarily have to mean strictly black and white; colour is as much a part of the look as neutrals. But instead of large visual real estate, colour is relegated to accents and furnishings, like in this apartment on Clementi West Street.

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Cover photo courtesy of Icon Interior Design Pte Ltd


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