The homeowner, a 57-year-old bachelor, who retired from his vice-president position in a bank seven years ago, opened a cafe in Siem Reap in Cambodia earlier in 2015, but closed it and returned to Singapore later. So, when it came to decorating his flat, "cafe" was very much the theme from the start. Read more about the $150,000 overhaul for this resale apartment. (Design: Ideal Design Interior) Industrial-style pendant lamps in the dining area and hanging bulbs in the living room add interesting visual elements into the home. Read more about this home. (Design: Fuse Concept) The homeowner of this five-room HDB BTO home wanted their home to mimic the look of a cafe. Their interior designers suggested a palette of white and wood-look finishes to achieve the style. Read more about this home. (Design: Fineline) The couple, both 28, love cafes so much that they designed their four-room HDB flat in Punggol to look like one. Every weekend, they'll visit cafes to enjoy a cuppa and brunch. Read more about this home. With an upsurge of industrial-inspired cafes around town, it is no surprise that frequent cafe-hoppers Jason Pang and Cherlene Tan wanted an industrial theme for their first home - a five-room HDB flat in Punggol. It was their only request to designer Kelvin Teo of Space Sense, who interpreted the style in a warmer treatment. Read more about this home. (Design: Space Sense) For this couple who lives in this four-room HDB flat in Boon Keng, recreating the 'cafe look' they loved was key to building a cosy, inviting nest. Layers of texture add highlights to the otherwise pale and neutral colour scheme of the living room. Read more about this home. (Design: Zidane Design Associates) This article was first published in Home & Decor.
See how these homeowners incorporated cafe-inspired interiors to their homes.