6 Scandinavian Interior Design Homes In Singapore

November 08, 2013 | Furniture | Scandinavian

A Scandinavian interior design is based on minimalism, clean lines, functionality, and simplicity. The colour tone tends to be muted, creating a warm and relaxing environment. Building on these fundamentals, you would be able to explore endless possibilites of Scandinavian interior designs.

Here are some beautiful Scandinavian homes in Singapore:

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@ Punggol Field


Design by Icon Interior Design Pte Ltd



These crisp white walls go perfectly with the grey accents, black borders, and bare concrete floorings in the home. The scandinavian look is completed with clever selections of wooden accents and furnitures and clean light fixtures.


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@ Sengkang (condo)


Designed by Prozfile



The white walls and floor created a big canvas space for them to play around with. This home is layered with a varitety of designs, combining retro furnishing with industrial touches and pop of colours around.



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@ Simei Street (HDB)


Designed by Space Matters



Cost of renovation: $75,000



This home has made use of the contrast between its solid white walls and statement pieces furnitures, like the red sofa and dark electrical fixtures on the ceilings.


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@ Clementi West


Design by Artis Interior



This home is a perfect example of how scandinavian style does not always have to be in black and white. In this apartment, colours are as much a part of the look as the neutrals. Colours are integrated through accents and furnishings, to create a simple yet interesting look.


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@ Punggol (HDB)


Designed by Oakthree Studios



Cost of renovation: $35,000



The use of the woods on floors and even wall surfaces can really transform a home. This home used dark wood panels on the walls and pale wood floorings. Despite using a range of furniture styles, the home looks put together due to the consistent usage of wooden surfaces. Wood also helped create a warm and welcoming feel to the home.


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@ Punggol Walk HDB


Designed by Fuse Concept



Cost of renovation: $50,000



This classic Scandinavian space engaged white walls coupled with wooden floorings. The clever use of contemporary furniture and fittings helped enhanced the sleek modern look.


There are plenty of ways to approach a scandinavian interior design. Be bold with your creativity, have fun, and create a home that best suit your personality!