Renovating a home in Singapore can be quite the challenge, especially when you’re faced with space constraints. After all, we wouldn’t usually associate a 95 square metre (or less) apartment with the word spacious. Thankfully though, we’ve learnt to get creative with interior design! Not convinced? Perhaps these following 10 hacks might change your mind.
Skip False Ceiling
False ceilings look good but can easily overwhelm a small space. Why not focus on the lighting and simple décor like this apartment? Not only do pendant lights look good, but they are also incredibly functional. With drop down pendant lights that hang inches from the table, replacing light bulbs (or cleaning) will no longer be a problem.
Interior Designer: Green and Lush
Location: Tampines (EC, 79sqm)
Cost of Renovation: $30,000