These five-room HDB BTO homes' renovations cost $80,000 or less.
Homeowner Jessica Koh was inspired by the home's proximity to nature, and requested for interior designer Eloycois Er of Erstudio to create the clean and bright design, with its white walls and wooden surfaces. Read more about the home here. Architectural assistant Amoz Boon and his wife wanted their five-room Built-To-Order HDB flat in Choa Chu Kang to be “something spacious, sophisticated and easy to clean”. Black fittings, fixtures and accessories provide marked contrast against the otherwise all-white master bathroom. Read more about the home here. The design of this monochromatic five-room HDB BTO flat at Dawson Skyterrace relies extensively on one laminate finish — but applied in different directions to mix things up. (Design: Habit) The vanity counters, in front of the sliding glass panels of the master bedroom, feature glass insets on the surface for a boutique-style display of accessories. Sophisticated contemporary interiors were achieved through the use of clean lines, thoughtful details and simple materials applied creatively. Read more about the home here. The use of sea and sky shades, as well as a play on geometry, give this home a nautical-inspired look with a stylish modern twist. (Design: Wynk Collaborative) Colour dramatically enhances a space, and in the home of Si Jian Wen and Sharon Teo, the calming cool shades of blues and greens define the interiors. Read more about the home here. The homeowners of this five-room HDB BTO flat swopped their living room with their master bedroom space — throwing conventionality out of the window. This decision was based on maximising the space and making it more functional, with a larger living space at the back. This fascinating home shows how being bold, experimental and different can be a very good thing. Read more about the home here. This story was first published in Home & Decor Singapore.