From green wall features to bay windows, here are 8 ways your home can be set apart.
Most homeowners play with tile designs in the kitchen, but there is no reason why you shouldn't bring this into the bedroom as well. Patterned tiles, like geometric shapes, mosaics or checks, instantly give an otherwise plain bedroom a quirky touch. Design: The Scientist Create more seating options in the living room with bay window seats, which also help save space - extra storage options! Plus, it creates that cosy and welcoming vibe, and serves as the perfect nook to relax, read or sip on a cup of tea. Design: Hello Embryo With mosaic tiles, you can create an endless variation of designs! Design: Museum Homes For the weary urbanite, a touch of greenery (and lots of woodsy elements) can introduce a calming and relaxing ambience to your home. Turn your television wall into a statement-maker with this green feature wall! See also: 10 ULTRA-CHIC LIVING ROOMS YOU WON'T BELIEVE ARE IN HDB AND BTO FLATS! Design: Paper Carpenter Instead of pendant lamps, how about opting for a unique light feature like this oversized lamp? Design: Museum Homes Other than colours and patterns, you can play with shapes to create interesting focal points throughout the home. Design: Paul + Pris Swapping the usual wooden or bi-fold doors for louvre ones lend a classy, resort-ish appeal to your bathroom. See also: PERSONALISE YOUR HOME! 8 SIMPLE AND CREATIVE IDEAS Design: PIU Design When deciding on a false ceiling design, choose a colour and texture that will imbue warmth into the home. Here are more wow-worthy ceiling ideas for your home. Design: The Scientist This article was first published in Home and Decor.
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