Take a look at how these eight stunning apartments in Singapore have made the best out of a tiny floor plan:.
Using glass panels to separate the living room from the bedroom is a smart alternative to cement walls as it still maintains a flow instead of cordoning off sections in your already smaller than average home. Go bold with dark colours on one side to segregate the space without making it feel small. Design: Project File, Source: Qanvast Well-thought out built-in cupboards save lots of space too. Consider this instead of buying a large and bulky wardrobe in your bedroom. Location: One North Renovation Cost: $30,000 Design: Project File, Source: Qanvast Again, glass instead of cement. This interior idea is getting more and more popular. With a minimalist and modern interior using raw materials, plants play the perfect decor, creating an understated appeal. Design: Bowerman, Source: Qanvast Edit your decor, as too much can overwhelm a small space. Anchor the dining area with a single, large peice of wall art that works as a conversation piece too. Design: Bowerman, Source: Qanvast Pistachio mint cabinets add an ultra-modern vibe! Location: Circuit Road Renovation Cost: $50,000 Design: Bowerman, Source: Qanvast Tiny but bursting with grandoise inits modern approachhto interior design. Even with a small busget, you can make your tiny abode luxe and sophisicated with all the right colours, textures and materials. Design: Corazon Interior, Source: Qanvast Hints of gold and sheen create an "expensive" look while patterened wallpaper and a chandelier instantly upgrade your home. Location: Parc Rosewood Renovation Cost: $28,000 Design: Corazon Interior, Source: Qanvast With a cool industrial look, this homeowner incorporated the use of raw materials like exposed bricks and upscaled furniure - right on trend. The unifying colour palette of warm tones gives the small condo a cosy and relaxed ambience. Design: Juz Interior, Source: Qanvast A long dining table and a bench can visually lengthen the space and make it look bigger. Design: Juz interior, Source: Qanvast A must have for compact homes: hidden storage. A customised platform bed is a great way to incorporate more storage space in a seamless way and keep clutter out of sight. Location:Lengkong Court Renovation Coat: $25,000 Design: Juz Interior, Source: Qanvast Incorporate mirrors to have that larger-than-life effect and use plenty of white in your walls and flooring. Design: Studio JP, Source: Qanvast A definite eye catcher in this home is its cute semi-booth style dining area - a creative way of being space efficient! We also love the use of wood in this home - it's got that Scandinavian modern effect that are perfect for opening up tiny homes. Design: Studio JP, Source: Qanvast If you're blessed with lots of windows, keep them drawn to let in lots of natural light, as this can make your home look bigger, brighter and airier. Loation: Telok Krau Design: Studio JP, Source: Qanvast Another Scandinavian home that's on point when it comes to making the best use of tiny spaces. Keep it simple with just the bare neccessities but add a litle quirk with a geometric carpet and fun art. Design: Mr Shopper Studio, Source: Qanvast The light and woody look thrughout this two-room flat gives a clean and pristine look, which is ideal so while its tiny, its not gloomy. Design: Mr Shopper Studio, Source: Qanvast Select practical yet styish furnishing that add flair to your space, such as a ladder rack and a corkboard wall. Design: Mr Shopper Studio, Source: Qanvast A Dark feature wall can be very cosy too, althougt it may make a room feel smaller. The trick is to balance with lots of white-coloured furnishings and light fixtures. Location: Toa Payoh North Renovation Coat: $80,000 Design: Mr Shopper Studio, Source: Qanvast One thing about small homes is the many corners and nooks that are hard to incorporate in the entire design concept. Pre-planning is key in ensuring space is smartly utilised. Design: Fatema Design Studio, Source: Qanvast For example, the bedroom here - placing the bed in a corner allows for a bigger wardrobe. (Don't we all need one?) Location: Punggol Waterway Terraces Renovation Cost: $27,000 Design: Fatema Design Studio, Source: Qanvast Mirrors, mirors - exceptionally handy when your space is tiny! Floor-to-ceiling mirrors are great optical illusions that make a room look bigger than it really is. Design: Le Interi Design, Source, Qanvast Folding glass doors the separate rooms allow you to create privacy if you need it whenclosed or further expands the space when opened wide Design: Le Interi Design, Source: Qanvast It may not be evident in this picture, but frosted windows in the bedroom play in to the optical illusion. Location: Bedok Resevoir Crescent Renovation Cost: $20,000 Design: Le Interi Design, Source: Qanvast
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