The Most Popular Interior Ideas of 2018


It’s the start of a brand new year and also the perfect time for a round-up of home trends and ideas from 2018. Here are the most popular homes that you were swooning over!

1. Light wood hues, a dining bench, a platform and half-hacked kitchen wall? No wonder this was a crowd favourite! This Japanese, ryokan-inspired interior, with its serene atmosphere, checks all the right boxes when it comes to style and function.

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2. A great way to visually segment an open concept space without being too intrusive, platforms are a stylish addition to your home. In the kitchen, an island counter that doubles as a dining area helps to save space while creating a more open interior.

Interior Firm: Posh Living

3. Decked from head-to-toe in a luxurious palette of cream, taupe, white, and gold, this home’s stylish outlook is truly #goals.. Go further in and you’ll also discover a generous walk-in wardrobe that is every fashionista’s dream.

Interior Firm: Anhans Interior Deisgn

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1. This bedroom’s dark, moody theme, accentuated with the right ambient lighting, sets a warm and cosy atmosphere that we could all use a bit of. Packed with storage solutions such as a platform and built-in floor-to-ceiling wardrobe, it’s no wonder this room’s smart design is liked by many.

Interior Firm: Posh Home

2. Oozing masculine charm, dark designs are becoming more popular than ever! To get a similar look, opt for stone tiles and black fittings.

Interior Firm: Mr Shopper Studio

3. This kitchen owes its striking look to the use of matte-black laminates that perfectly contrast with natural wood tones. Those dark, stone-look tiles are also a perfect match with the kitchen’s lightwood carpentry.

Interior Firm: Bowerman

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1. The monochrome theme is a timeless classic. This resale HDB flat’s clean aesthetic is a perfect example of stylish, black-and-white decor. Don’t forget to include a dash of indoor greenery to liven up that mono palette.

Interior Firm: Third Avenue Studio

2. Flushed with natural light and free of clutter, this apartment’s inviting Scandinavian-inspired look is a breath of fresh air. Marrying light wood hues and pristine white surfaces, this house is a perfect retreat after a long day at work.

Interior Firm: Lemonfridge

3. Sliding partitions keep open-concept home layouts flexible, and are perfect for when you need a bit of privacy! Taking the place of a feature wall is a (pocket-friendly) graphics display that adds a pop of colour to the surroundings.

Interior Firm: Style Living Interior

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Our Top Interior Trends for 20181. Go Dark

The key to pulling off a dark themed home? Make sure to go for reflective surfaces that allow light to bounce off and brighten up the surroundings.

Interior Firm: Habit

2. Coastal Vibes

Thanks to its clean white-washed interior and eclectic mix of wood furnishings get ready for the holidays feels all year round. Lastly, don’t forget to add a natural touch with some potted greens!

Interior Firm: Third Avenue Studio

3. MUJI-esque

Japanese-inspired spaces are a hit with Singaporean homeowners. With its minimalist appeal and fuss-free aesthetic, the ever-popular MUJI style easily dominated homes in 2018.

Interior Firm: D5 Studio

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