The average cost of renovating a home in Singapore is about $50,000, but if you don’t have that much to spare for your renovation, fret not. Proving good design doesn’t mean major costs, these 10 homes have been done up for a price tag of (gasp) $30,000 and below! With a combined wardrobe, platform bed and study desk, concealed sliding doors that double as feature walls and more, this home has no shortage of smart storage solutions. Tapping on a minimalist sensibility, it’s hard to imagine all that done up for a mere price tag of (yes) $20,000, especially with that ultra-practical see-though kitchen, built-in dining bench (with under-seat storage) or positively zen-like bedroom.
Having a beautiful home doesn’t mean you should have to live with inconvenience; you might want to think twice about getting these 8 features - they may look trendy on paper, but the reality of it often isn’t as pretty (or practical) as they seem!1. Custom Made Built-Ins
Tasked with the complete refurbishment of a 73m² apartment in a Grade II listed building in the city, the professionals in charge immediately set about doing what they do best. In addition, the newly required fire door has been stylishly hidden within a cleverly designed partition.
After all, with a beautiful garden showcasing Mother Nature’s handiwork right outside your doorstep, why go anywhere else? Gardens come in various styles. Another classification of garden types is based on the origin of the design.
It should come as no surprise that the aforementioned question is one of the most frequently asked to those in the real estate industry, such as real estate agents and professional interior designers (like No4 Design Studio and Fibi Interiors).
For many people, clutter wastes time and drains energy, seeing as they spend huge amounts of time looking for things they can’t find. Apart from keeping our homes safer, getting rid of unwanted stuff helps to relieve stress by providing a sense of control and accomplishment.
You might look at a minimalist living room and think ‘stark’, yet a minimalist will see ‘simple’. Where you may see ‘cold’, minimalists will see ‘sleek’. It would seem minimalist beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder.