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The wall and under-stair shelving is matchy-matchy in this Nordic-style apartment, adding dimension and allowing the coloured elements to pop. Design: Eightytwo This bedroom is filled with colour, but the white walls and light-hued flooring prevents it from looking too cluttered or overwhelming. Design: Anouska Tamony Refresh a bare space with a pop of colour and sideboard or shelving, like this five-room HDB flat which demarcates the space by painting it a cheery yellow. Design: Hello Embryo See also: 8 STYLISH WAYS TO MAKE YOUR NEW HOME STAND OUT! The white walls and flooring of this home makes a great canvas for the owners' colourful knick knacks. Design: Margeza If you want your home to be different, adopt the approach of considering alternatives, even if they may seem strange at first. Colour your door red? Why not? Instead of sticking to the usual wood surface, this barn door boldly coloured in red gives this contemporary-style bathroom a twist. Design: Museum Homes These vibrant coloured chairs sure brighten this monochromatic space while sticking to the overall theme. While people may shy away from colours, knowing how much to put and where to put them is key to having a balance between a dull and character-filled home. Design: Ottimo Spazi Matching colours in upholstered pieces create a uniformed and put-together look, even if the rest of your home has a mix of patterns and textures. Design: Ottimo Spazi Use mirrors to play with colour; it reflects what it faces, like a painted wall or printed wall covering. Design: Wynk;Collaborative This article was first published in Home and Decor. See also: HOME INSPO! A SCANDI-STYLE, CAFE-INSPIRED 5 ROOM HDB BTO FLAT