Renovating your home soon? Check out these best interior designers in Singapore to help you with your preferred home decor style - whether it's Scandinavian or Japanese, or contemporary
Moving into your new apartment soon and need an interior designer, stat? Don’t panic. We know that the options for interior designers in Singapore are plenty, so we took on the hard task of finding the best at specific home decor trends – think popular ones like Scandinavian, Japanese minimalist and industrial. Below, we pick the best interior designers for each home decor style.
For Scandinavian style
We don’t expect Scandi style to lose its popularity anytime soon. This Nordic decorating trend heavily features minimalism and clean aesthetics at its heart – picture white walls, muted tones, functionality, plenty of light and outdoor elements like plants, wooden furnishings, and loads of natural light.
For industrial style
If you’re not sure what industrial style looks like, just think of all the cafes you’ve been to with the exposed brick walls, unfinished surfaces as well as exposed pipes. In homes, the look is repeated with the same gritty design elements, with chrome fixtures (think hanging pendant lamps), concrete flooring and cleverly juxtaposed use of earthy wood and metals.
For contemporary style
Contemporary home decor is a little harder to define – in short, it’s an ever-changing style which captures the latest trends. A contemporary-designed home won’t shy away from drama. Don’t be surprised to find a playful combination of textures, colours and styles here.
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For eclectic style
Maximalists, this one’s for you. If you can’t seem to nail down a specific style, worry not – with eclectic style, you’re free to live out all your audacious design fantasies. While you can mix and match Scandinavian style, with modern, contemporary and so forth, make no mistake, this isn’t an ‘anything goes’ decorating style. With the help of your interior designer, streamline all your ideas to work out a cohesive idea that allows the design to own a similar theme through colours or textures.
For Japanese minimalist style
Fans of MUJI will be head over heels for this style – think lots of pale wood, white and grey as well as chic storage options to keep your space clean and uncluttered. Serenity is king in a home decorated in Japanese minimalist style, with dim lighting, greenery and open concept spaces to allow for an abundance of natural light.