With the implementation of phase 2 restrictions and the ongoing battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no surprise that many home renovation works have been facing delays, even after works were allowed to resume after the easing of circuit breaker measures on June 2. But even so, construction works continue to face significant delays … After the lockdown: Is it a good time to start renovation?
Buying a flat in Singapore is complicated stuff. Not impressed by the location of the latest BTO listings? Not eligible for a BTO flat? Or just too impatient to wait for one? Before you start looking for your alternative dream home, it’s best to familiarize yourself with the steps on purchasing resale flats in … How To Buy A Resale HDB Flat In Singapore
Just received the keys and all ready to renovate your new flat? Before you begin however, you need to make sure that your tweaks do not go against the HDB rules – otherwise you could be fined up to $5,000 for your unauthorised installations! But HDB renovations are not as intimidating as they seem. … Renovation 101: HDB Renovation Rules and Guideline
Whether you’re living in a HDB or a condominium apartment, the struggle with small spaces is oh-so-real for most Singaporean homeowners. From bedrooms with beds that are almost touching the walls, to kitchens that can barely accommodate more than two people, fitting your worldly possessions into one tiny space is definitely not an easy task. … 10 Interior Designer Approved-Hacks To Make Your House Look Bigger
Indoor plants are gaining momentum with homeowners nowadays. Not only do they add a homey and elevated touch to interiors, they are also powerful air purifiers and stress-relievers. While some indoor plants might require a little more care, most of them are generally easy to grow and maintain, even in space-constrained and dim apartments. … Green Living: 10 Indoor Plants For Your HDB Apartment
So you’ve just received the floor plans for your apartment. If you’re not working in the construction industry, figuring out your floor plans may seem like cracking a matrix code. But don’t worry, we have written this brief guide to guide you on how to read the cryptic-looking symbols in your floor plans. With … Renovation 101: How To Read Your HDB Floor Plans
You’ve bought a house, collected your keys, and you’re all set for a home makeover. Hooray! But with so many things to take care of, it’s often easy to overlook things (after all, it is your first renovation). With so much being invested, you need to make sure you do it right the first time. … 10 Renovation Mistakes New Homeowners Make (And How To Avoid Them!)
Looking through the home and decor section of Pinterest and already tempted to start work on your dream home? You’re definitely not the only one. But before you get carried away however, it’s important that you spend time selecting an interior design firm to work with. The last thing you’ll want is for them to … 5 Questions To Ask An Interior Design Firm Before You Hire Them For Your Renovation
As much as we love that insta-worthy Muji aesthetic of crisp, white walls, there is nothing quite as powerful and sophisticated as stark black interiors. And contrary to popular belief, dark colors don’t necessarily make a room feel claustrophobic — that is, when done right of course! With a little bold creativity, any room of … How to Add Black to Your Home Interior In Singapore
We know how renovating your house can be stressful (trust us, we’ve seen it all), which is why it is important that you hire the right people and firm to work with. Interior designers and contractors may appear to offer similar services but there are nonetheless differences between the two. So who should you hire … Renovation 101: What’s The Difference Between An Interior Designer And A Contractor?