20 Interior Design Ideas for Your Condominium Upgrade

20 Malaysian Condominium Interiors to Inspire Your Renovation

Charmaine Kon by Charmaine Kon on Aug 1, 2017
Why you should care

These condominium designs in Malaysia use simple tricks like dividers and lighting to make full use of the space. Since integrated living is the way of the Malaysian real estate future, it’s time to take notes on designing a functional condominium space which will differ from traditional landed property homes.

Take a cue from these stylish Malaysian condominiums and see how they optimise space.

Good design isn’t just good looking, it also makes for a liveable space. This is especially important when you live in a compact condominium or apartment.

Browse through these condominium and apartment interiors in Malaysia, and steal a tip or two for your next renovation!

Functional, Yet Stylish Dividers

Partial dividers, be they built-in structures or sliding doors are an effective way to separate 2 rooms.

Most new generation condominiums come with open plan layouts, creating the need for dividers. Laser-cut sliding doors or screens are a great way to feature Asian design.

If you don’t want to close off an entire area, use a half-wall or glass partition to divide the bedroom and wardrobe or the kitchen and dining areas of your home.

Instead of a wall, use pillars to divide the space while keeping it open.

Here’s another way to do a half wall: it offers the bathroom and vanity area some privacy.

Instead of a plain wall as divider, incorporate an aquarium to create a zen living room.

Outstanding Feature Wall

Elevate the look of your condominium with an interesting feature wall using graphic wallpaper, bold paint, or standout textures like wood.

Paint graphic shapes onto a chosen feature wall for a bold, contemporary interior.

Exposed cement walls or a wallpaper with such a pattern gives the space an industrial look.

Wood pallets give your home an organic feel, a touch that’s often missing in high rise buildings.

Combine style and substance by painting a wall in the living room or dining area in blackboard paint. Use the space to scribble dinner grocery lists or a welcome note to guests.

The TV wall is a good pick for a feature wall as it’s a side of the home that gets a lot of attention.

Clever Built-in Furniture

The right built-in furniture will help you save space and optimise nooks and crannies in your condominium.

Create custom furniture to combine furniture with storage.

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This desk and shelving combo is a smart way to add a study area to the bedroom.

In-built dining benches are perfect for small dining areas and condominiums.

Multi-purpose furniture are the way to go for condominiums and apartments, like this kitchen island-wine rack-seating area.

Strategic Lighting and Reflection

Reflective pieces like mirrors and furniture make the space appear larger. Strategic lighting does the same while highlighting focal points in the home.
The mirror and reflective furniture makes the space appear more spacious.

Instead of adding a mirror to the room, use mirrored cabinet doors.

Natural light is the best kind of light. Let daylight stream in via large, floor-length windows.

Love these looks? Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive free quotations from Malaysian interior designers.
You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.
Why you should care

These condominium designs in Malaysia use simple tricks like dividers and lighting to make full use of the space. Since integrated living is the way of the Malaysian real estate future, it’s time to take notes on designing a functional condominium space which will differ from traditional landed property homes.

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