Finish this year with the Top Trends in Singapore that might take off in 2020: don’t forget to take notes!
2020 is coming to an end and we want to make sure that you stay close to the Top Trends in Singapore that are coming next year. But don’t worry, we’d searched for you! Take a look at the interior design trends that are currently appearing in Singapore homes.
Vertical Groove Lines
When it comes to good interior design, it’s all about details. Homeowners are recently loving the vertical groove line details on their houses, and we understand why: these simple elements add textural interest and a graphic statement without being over the top and they give a touch of modernity to any space!
This trend is an interesting alternative to the more ubiquitous hexagon tiles if you’re looking to add interest to your space. If you are keen to keep things timeless, go with neutral hues rather than patterned.
Commonly associated with karaoke bars and night clubs, neon signs are slowly making their way into home interiors. They are a great way to make your home truly personal since you can customize it to say whatever you want. Take a look at Graphic Collection from DelightFULL.
Once popular in older homes, they are making a major comeback even in modern, contemporary interiors, often serving as a point of interest – sort of like an alternative feature wall. Like our comfortable Sherman Sofa.
Glass Ball Pendants
The globe pendant light is perhaps the most ubiquitous mid-century modern home fixture. It’s used as the primary source of interior lighting and could be found in living and dining rooms, kitchens and hallways.
So, minimalist glass ball pendants are trending on the lighting front. To get on-trend, choose a soft gold or a brass finish for an elegant addition to any space.
CREATE THE LOOK: MARIE CHAIR
With these glass pendant balls and their mid-century style, our Marie Chair just fits perfectly. An occasional chair that incorporates all of the mid-century modern elements into a contemporary vision.
Durable, lightweight and versatile, rattan is a great way to inject a laidback, bohemian appeal to your space. But it works in a variety of interior styles as well, including Scandinavian or modern mid-century.
CREATE THE LOOK: MIRANDA PINEAPPLE
For a bohemian look, you can create the look with our Miranda Pineapple, a fanciful lamp to add a tropical vibe. Built in the shape of a classic pineapple, which has been a classic symbol used in decorative arts and architecture, this modern table lamp conveys a sense of hospitality.
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