Clutter-free abode with maximum style & comfort

One of the best things about the traditional style of house is that it often means more space inside than…...
January 21, 2023

Clutter-free abode with maximum style & comfort

 Project: 467 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10

Is it possible to find a house with all the conveniences of home, while simultaneously trying to maintain an idyllic lifestyle? Well, yes and no. You see, most people don’t have the space or budget to build such a dream home, but with right planning and interiors that suit your style, you can have both without much trouble. Here’s how you can achieve Clutter-free Abode with Maximum Style & Comfort:

 

 

Decide What Style of Home You Want to Live In

Deciding on which style of home you want to live in can be a daunting task. After all, there are a wide range of options to choose from: Traditional – The traditional look can be soothing and comforting, while still being refined and classic. It often has a warm and homelike feel to it. Eclectic – Eclecticism is a style that blends different architectural styles and decorative elements to create a unique atmosphere in the home. Contemporary – Contemporary architecture is well-suited to the needs of the modern home. It’s clean, simple, and elegant. Swing – Swinging doors, shutters, and windows are not only beautiful but also function as sound-absorbing walls.

 

Project: 229b Sumang Lane

Add As Much Space as Possible

One of the best things about the traditional style of house is that it often means more space inside than outside. Most homes have more room inside than they do out, so it can be a challenge to make room for the extra stuff. That’s where the extra-wide entryway or the spacious backyard come into play. The most popular idea for adding space to a typical home? A closet. Yes, a closet that can fit a bath robe and a pair of shoes. Now, that’s some serious room space! 


Project: 477A Yishun St 44

Keep the Wall Spaces Clean

One of the best things about traditional architecture is that it makes use of all available space- whether it’s a wall or a staircase. That’s why it’s ideal for a home with limited space. But what about when you have an open-plan living or dining room? In this instance, it’s best to keep the wall spaces clean. No matter how much you know about architecture, there’s no winning against dirt. With so much open space in a typical house, it’s easy to see how keeping the wall spaces clean can be challenging. Spaces such as the kitchen, bathroom, and entryway can usually be tiled or painted to create more open areas. If you have limited space, these techniques can work well.

 

Keep Furniture Use to a Minimum

Furniture is an essential part of any home. But when it comes to traditional designs, it can be a challenge to keep the furniture use to a minimum. The key here is to find pieces that blend well with the existing décor while still looking nice on their own. Although you don’t want to overdo it with the furniture, you do want to keep it from feeling too cramped or cramped-looking. A traditional table that seats 6 is going to feel a lot different than one that seats just the two of you. A sofa that doubles as a bed is going to feel quite different from one that is only used for sleeping.

Project: 467 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10

Choose Your Own Path With Interiors

Once you’ve decided on your style of house, it’s time to look into the way you want to design it. This is where the real creativity comes into play. You can go with a traditional look, an eclectic style, or a contemporary architecture. But what ever style of house you choose, try to incorporate some of the ideas and elements that suit it best in your own home. What I mean by this is that if traditional architecture calls for a long, narrow house with many doors, windows, and a long hallway that leads to nowhere, then that’s what you should have. But if you want to break out of the mold a little bit and have a house that looks more like a regular house, then by all means, go for it!

 

Conclusion

Well, the internal layout of your new home is just about set. From the design of the rooms to the choice of materials used, it’s important to keep everything considered. This will help you achieve maximum style and comfort throughout the house. So, all that’s left is to move into your dream house and start enjoying your new space! With a little bit of planning and a lot of creativity, you can have the home of your dreams without having to deal with all the hassles of construction or buying a house. Feel free to contact us if you need an interior designer to plan out your next dream home.

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