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3 homes that nailed the print-and-patterns look

Style: Eclectic Modern-Classic

Where: 4-bedroom condominium apartment in Bukit Timah
Size: 2,600sqf
What they did: This retreat draws on geometry to take its nature-inspired look to a whole new level. We spotted: grid patterns on the brown and beige rug, pillows printed with flamingos, and custom-made curtains with geometric motifs. By Viterbo Interior Design.

Style: Classic, with vibrant colours

Where: 4-room condominium apartment in Novena
Size: 1,300sqf
What they did: Chic, luxe and dreamy patterns fall in place perfectly, like patchwork, to create a fresh and fun look for this home. We spotted: Morrocan Berber-inspired rug (custom made by E&A Interiors), and wallpapers from Europe and America. By E&A Interiors.

Style: Luxurious, with a tropical feel

Where: 4-bedroom condominium apartment in Robertson Quay
Size: 1,700sqf
What they did: An unrestrained mix of print and pattern jazzes up the otherwise neutral interiors of this apartment. We spotted: patterned material finishes on the soft furnishings, such as the ikat-print dining chairs, and furniture in timeless colours like white, black, and bronze.

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