Style Guide: Art Deco Interior Designs

Art Deco was once a luxury style that only the rich could afford. It was later popularised in the 1920s -1940s, when the design became widely accessible for the mass market. Bordering between bombastic and elegance, you’ll notice such designs evoke glamour through their heavy use of geometric/ angular shapes, bold curves and chrome, glass or shiny materials. It is also…

Style Guide: Cafe Interior Designs

As the name suggests, you would expect Cafe home designs to exude a relaxed and cozy feel as though it’s always time for a brunch on a lazy Sunday. It is also common for such designs to make use of vintage wood tables, shelves and flooring, paired with industrial-style lighting, for a trendy and cozy outlook! Check out some…

Style Guide: Chic Interior Designs

If you’re someone who would love a happy and cheerful space, then Chic designs are totally for you! With its strong use of bold and bright colours, it will definitely create the mood for parties at home. The trend these days also include having walls that function as a marker board, where you can draw and decorate…

Style Guide: Contemporary Interior Designs

Contemporary interior designs are all about being in the current trend and is not restricted to a certain design outlook. In most cases these days, they come with simple yet bold geometry, with a good balance of positive and negative spaces and unique furniture. Check out some designs here! Contemporary Design 1: Tiles and wooden furniture have always been popular…

Style Guide: Eclectic Interior Designs

Eclectic designs are all about mixing vintage and contemporary styles together. Naturally you would see a mixture of textures, finishes and colours that blend harmoniously in such designs. Definitely not an easy style to design, but totally worth your effort as it can bring out the artistic charm of your home, one that vintage or contemporary styles alone cannot…

Style Guide: European Interior Designs

European designs are known for its elaborate furnishings and luxurious / patterned fabrics. Commonly, you would also see chairs and sofa legs made of carved wood, paired with dark wood furniture or those with marble tops. Check out some designs here! European Design 1: European designs often come with detailed furnishing, and this can easily turn into a clutter,…

Style Guide: Industrial Interior Designs

Industrial designs are known for its warehouse unfinished look, that comes with a strong usage of rough wood, metal and even bricks. You would also see exposed features like pipes that most homes would try to conceal. With such an unassuming charm to it, it’s hard not to love the style. Check out some designs here! Industrial Design 1:…

Style Guide: Luxe Interior Designs

Luxe homes are designed to bring out the posh and elegant feel of a space. Often associated with the rich, luxe designs are what make many of us go wow! Check out some designs here! Luxe Design 1: Taking Luxe beyond interior design, this property designed by Distinct Identity looks grand, even from its exteriors alone. Certainly not a style you…

Style Guide: Minimalist Interior Designs

Minimalist designs are all about spacious rooms and a minimal use of furniture. The default colours are usually muted, and goes well with vibrant furniture and decor accessories to highlight the contrast. Check out some designs here! Minimalist Design 1: The essence of Minimalism is to make the space look bigger. And the easiest trick is always to create more negative spaces (aka “empty…

Style Guide: Modern Interior Designs

Contrary to popular belief, Modern designs are not about being up to date. Such designs get inspiration from the early-mid 1900s and are usually simple, with minimal accessories/ textures. They also frequently use clean lines and geometric shapes to make spaces appear bigger. Check out some designs here! Modern Design 1: Modern homes often go by the concept of having simple designs, that meet the functional…