Spaces We Love: Swoon-Worthy HDB Homes

We’re going head over heels for these stunning and stylish flats!

Updated on August 07, 2019 15:08 pm

Jemma Chiu

Spaces We Love: The Most Beautiful HDB Homes

This National Day, we not only celebrate local food, music, and everything about Singapore. We also honour beautiful HDB spaces that inspire us to be more practical and innovative in packing a lot of style and character in such limited space.

Whether you are into minimalist spaces or industrial-themed ones, HDB interior designing pushes the creative boundaries of styling a beautiful home. These five inspiring projects are perfect examples of what it's like to merge style, functionality, and comfort in one beautiful HDB home.

1. Design by Free Space Intent

Be enthralled by this 4-room HDB in Tampines Central that is beaming in warmth and cosiness. The wooden elements used throughout this beautiful home exude that welcoming charm while the metal furnishings provide the beautiful industrial touch. Also, the unfinished brick wall that mounts the TV adds a raw layer of relaxing ambience to the living room.

2. Design by Make Room

Be inspired to bring in the tropics, just like this HDB flat! With its botanical wallpaper, this home is surely playful and colourful enough with the right balance of bold colours and patterns. The interior designer kept the pieces of furniture neutral with the use of natural materials to tone down the overall look. Each room has a different look and feel yet all the spaces combined makes this a perfect abode for a lovely, adventurous couple.

READ: House Tour: Wystan and Simin's Colourful Tropical-Themed HDB Home

3. Design by Dan’s Workshop

Leverage your limited space by making your furniture work extra hard for you. In this home in Bedok, the storage unit that is also part of the TV console can be rolled out and ta-dah—a coffee table! Put it back again and you’ve got more space to lounge and relax.

4. Design by Home Journal

This 4-room HDB flat in Bishan has the perfect balance of Scandinavian and industrial touches. It has the functional, bright, and airy aesthetics of a Scandinavian space, as well as the light touches of raw materials to give it that industrial vibe.

5. Design by The Merry Men Interiors

Nestled between Bukit Ho Swee and Tiong Bahru, this HDB unit has an unconventional yet captivating and cosy living room. With its theme that has a variation of soft minimalism with Muuto influences, this home has a sophisticated yet playful look. The interior designer used polycarbonate sheets as the main material for the homeowner’s living room and TV area partition that doubles as lightbox at night. Just imagine the warm and romantic ambience it creates at night!

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