10 Ideas and Tips You Can Take Away From Our Popular Projects

10 Ideas and Tips You Can Take Away From Our Popular Projects

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on May 11, 2019
Why you should care

These home projects have gone viral on social media, and for good reason. With trendy design concepts and functional layouts, it comes as no surprise that many homeowners love the look of these projects. We show you some popular ideas that you can steal.

Home remodels and renovations can be tough especially when you don’t know where to start. We suggest you take your time to figure out what works best for your home, lifestyle, and budget.

To help you even further, we’ve compiled 10 popular home projects from Atap.co and along with tips and ideas to help you achieve your dream home.

1 Use Design Ideas From Your Travels

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This homeowner approached the interior designers with the idea to use traditional Japanese interior aesthetics in his Malaysian home. With a little bit of research and some expertise, the interior designers managed to deliver a stunning home that takes on traditional Japanese features like wooden platforms and shoji paper partitions.

2 Embrace Open Layouts

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Open layout homes are currently trending amongst homeowners. This stylish unit belongs to Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding. It embraces the open space and eschews partitions that would draw clear divides between the different sections of the home. Instead, each section assumes a slightly different style in terms of flooring and colour to create a visual differentiation between them.

3 Small Homes with Big Designs

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It can be hard owning a small space when you have big dreams. Don’t let the lack of square feet dash your ideas of a dream home. Check out how this interior designer completely transformed this 452sq. ft. unit into a home complete with a kitchen, dining area, and TWO queen sized beds!

4 Feature Walls Make Major Statements

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This home specialises in feature walls that completely change the game of this minimalist space. From wainscoting, to subway tiles, and even geometric marble, the interior designer proves that just a little can go a long way.

5 Secure yet Stylish

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The Othello Board project has gone viral on social media, partly due to the creative way the interior designers approached home security. Stepping away from traditional grills and doors, the firm opted to build a brick wall with a pond as an ode to old school moats. This is a deterrent to intruders while providing the compound with a beautiful water feature.

6 Less is Sometimes More

With a heavy white colour scheme and Muji inspired décor, this home welcomes a minimalist lifestyle and lots of natural light. This project proves that you don’t need too many colours for a modern and stylish home.

7 Maximalist Living

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Some like the minimalist approach for their homes while some of us take a more maximalist approach. The more the merrier, no? This bungalow features a touch of lux to their classic-modern interior design theme. Flaunting chandeliers, velvet chairs, and gorgeous wainscoting, this home most definitely has a chic appeal.

8 Flipping Old Homes

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You don’t have to purchase new developments to own a trendy new home. Refurbishing old units isn’t only fulfilling, it can also be cheaper than purchasing new units. Check out how this decade-old house was given a stunning new upgrade.

9 Décor Can Make it or Break It

The décor and fixtures used in the project transformed this single storey bungalow into a Southern style French farmhouse. From repurposed doors to wooden beams, this space went from being a bare home to completely Insta-worthy!

10 Simple Doesn’t Mean Minimalist

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When you approach an interior designer, it’s best to have an idea of what your dream home looks life. By saying you just want a simple home, the designers hit a brick wall. Be precise with the style or theme you envision and the designers will be able to simplify the concept from there. These homeowners requested for a simple and functional home with a Scandinavian style, and the result is this visually stunning space.

Need professional help? Let interior designers help you. Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive free consultations from Malaysian interior designers.

You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

These home projects have gone viral on social media, and for good reason. With trendy design concepts and functional layouts, it comes as no surprise that many homeowners love the look of these projects. We show you some popular ideas that you can steal.

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