Setting up your dream home? It’s our favourite topic to discuss! We know you must be saving images on Instagram or Pinterest for renovation ideas HDB and searching for interior designers online or talking to people who just got their homes designed. If it helps here are five of our latest HDB designs in Singapore that are high on style and functionality. Most importantly, they have happy homeowners too!

Renovation Ideas HDB #1: This Cool-toned Home Is What Dreams Are Made of

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A Scandinavian interior design
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A soft-hued walk-in wardrobe with a vanity unit

Who livs here: A couple, Ian Ng and Wong Huiting
Size of home: A five-room HDB
Design team: Interior Designer Noel Tan & Project manager Ricky Lee
Livspace service: Full home design

Airy and light, Ian and Wong love their HDB’s Scandinavian interior design. The home looks refreshing thanks to the cool tones with pops of gold and teal throughout. It’s space efficient too! From having a cosy bar nook in the living room to a dining space that’s separated from the kitchen with a glass partition, the design is clean and picture-perfect.

Idea to steal: Who wouldn’t want a walk-in wardrobe when searching for renovation ideas HDB? The couple got their dream set up by converting one of their bedrooms solely into a walk-in wardrobe. The room flaunts dainty white wardrobes on opposite sides and it’s bridged smartly with a vanity unit. Also, if you look closely, you would notice the terrazzo-like table has a glass top on one side to give you a peep into their fancy drawer.

Renovation Ideas HDB #2: A Non-Cookie Cutter Home To Inspire Your Renovation

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Industrial-themed design
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Track and wall-mounted lights for the master bedroom

Who livs here: Nigel Ng and Madaline Chin and their toddler daughter
Location: 612B Tampines Greenweave, Singapore
Size of home: 5-room HDB spanning 100 sqm
Design team: Interior Designer Jake Tong and Project Manager Ricky Lee

Interested in something that looks edgy? Nigel and Madaline wanted an industrial style for their Tampines Greenweave HDB. Black accents, cement screed walls and an intriguingly dark palette dominates the home. Look out for the bold and spacious kitchen that’s sure to give anyone a memorable experience.

Idea to steal: The intriguing mix of lighting fixtures, of course! Don’t restrict yourself to just general lighting and always mix it up. While the bedroom stands out in a raw appeal, the lighting here takes the look up a notch. From the track light that hits the centre wall to the wall-mounted fixtures on either side of the bed, the play of lights and shadows does have a lasting impression in your mind.

Renovation Ideas HDB #3: What Happens When an Interior Designer Crafts His HDB Interiors?

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A modern Mediterranean-themed home
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Platform bed with storage under

Who livs here: Kader S. with Malikka Begum and their toddler son
Size of home: 5-room HDB BTO spanning 112 sqm
Design team: Interior Designer Kader S.
Livspace service: Full home design

Here’s an interesting fact about this HDB: the interior designer of this home is also the homeowner! Kader and Malikka’s home is child-friendly, high on storage and dressed in a modern Mediterranean theme. Doesn’t it sound intriguing?

Idea to steal: The platform bed in the main bedroom is the perfect solution if you are looking for maximum floor space usage. In addition, the drawers at the bottom are great to tuck away bed linens, towels or even toys. So if you have the budget for carpentry, a tailor-made unit can fit in comfortably.

Renovation Ideas HDB #4 Revealing its Exclusive Renovation Secrets: An 85 sqm Home Tour

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A storage cabinet with seating on one end
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Country style kitchen with navy blue cabinets

Who livs here: A couple
Size of home: 3-room HDB spanning 85 sqm
Design team: Interior Designer Shim
Livspace service: Full home design

The homeowners wanted a space they could unwind in at the end of their day. So the couple’s living and dining nook are dipped in neutral tones to help them relax. Moreover, to keep things functional, you would also notice a floor-to-ceiling storage cabinet at the entrance and a cosy dining nook at one end of the living room.

Idea to steal: Probably the easiest way to amplify the look of your interiors would be to play with colours. The kitchen in this HDB is painted in a gorgeous navy blue hue. In addition, the cabinets have been fitted with gold-toned handles to make a powerful and chic statement. Also, pair the look with patterned flooring and you would love spending time in the kitchen!

Renovation Ideas HDB #5: Modern, Clutter-free and Elegant: A 92 sqm Home That Will Surprise You

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Seating and storage by the window
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Wood-like laminate panel with backlit feature for the centre wall

Who livs here: See Zhibin and Tong Shuyi
Size of home: 5-room HDB BTO spanning 92 sqm
Livspace team: Jake Tong for Interior Design and Ricky Lee for Project Management
Livspace service: Full home design

If you love having friends and family over often, take cues from this minimal HDB design for a couple. The open layout works to have a free flow of conversations whether you are in the living, dining or even in the kitchen.

Idea to steal: The budget-friendly wall treatments are a great way to create a pop in your interiors. Notice the wood-like laminate panel at the back of the bedroom? Opting for just covering half of the wall is a smart choice to keep things affordable. In addition, the TV feature wall has been dressed with pocket-friendly vinyl tiling to create a focal point in the living room.

Also, if you love reading about renovation ideas HDB, check out Bedroom Designs You Would Want to Save for Your Renovation too.

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