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7 Singapore homes that use dark colours beautifully

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Had enough of light and bright Scandinavian-inspired homes? Good news, as we predict a changeover to dark colours soon! Here are Singapore homes to get ideas from.

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1. This simple bachelor's pad has a cool edge thanks to its dark grey walls. The grey also helps to create a cosy ambience in this high-ceilinged space. Design: Three-D Conceptwerke

 

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2. Dark blue, white, and wood tones are a classic combination in this three-room HDB flat. Pops of contrasting colour are added to draw the eye. Design: Meter Square

 

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3. Using dark grey for both the main wall and sofa in the living room works as they contrast texturally. A patterned monochrome rug adds a perfect decorative touch. Design: Architology

 

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4. The dark wood platform and deep purple walls create an intimate ambience in the master bedroom of this HDB flat. The bed is also closer to the ceiling now, because of the platform, adding to the cosiness of the space. Design: Design Channel 

 

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5. A dark colour scheme can also be applied to the study, creating a relaxing environment to work in. Design: Benjeemen Heng ID.

 

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6. While the living room is light and bright, the kitchen is a deep blue. The dark colour goes perfectly with metallic highlights such as the brass lamps, and steel drawer pulls. A patterned floor lightens the look. Design: Studio Wills + Architects. Photo: Breton Brut 

 

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7. Dark colours also go well with light wood tones, as seen in this home. Design: Sponge