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We've partnered with KDK to help Malaysian homeowners decide on the perfect ceiling fan for their home.
Learn how to design a conducive study room for your home with these four steps. Using your bedroom or dining room as a study room is not for everyone as one might be distracted by your comfy bed and the aromas of the kitchen. Colours, light, storage, and furniture play a bigger role than you might think.
Roofing is rarely a home improvement topic we contemplate as built homes come with pre-selected roofs, but to homeowners who are re-roofing and those building a home from scratch, questions about the choice of roof becomes vital.
Rustic interior design emphasises rugged natural beauty. These Malaysian homeowners embraced the theme in their abodes, creating charming and cosy living spaces.
Not everyone has the same idea of what a living room should look like. These Malaysian homeowners have curated unique spaces that reflect their lifestyles and personalities using different colour schemes, décor, and furniture options.
Zen design will give you a home that is tranquil and relaxing, just what the doctor ordered for stressful days. We’ve compiled a list of zen themed Malaysian homes that will surely inspire your remodel.
This is your quick guide to designing a country themed home in Malaysia. We teach you how to pick colours, furniture, fabric, and materials based on these local interior designed homes. Your house will look like the cosy cottage you've always dreamed of.
Transitional style in interior design terms essentially means blending classic and traditional designs with modern elements. This style best suits homeowners who want the best of both worlds in their dream home.
Although ‘modern’ and ‘contemporary’ might have similar meaning in the dictionary, the two are different when it comes to interior design style. Learn about the differences before you decide on a look for your space.