The interiors of this 1,600sqf HDB resale executive apartment in Serangoon showcases many locally-inspired elements, and is truly a character-filled space.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Eclectic- and industrial-style HDB unit in Serangoon with locally-inspired features
(Design: The Local Inn.terior)
When Sebastian Gehlfuss and his wife found out they were expecting, they decided to move back to Singapore and into the 28-year-old HUDC flat in Serangoon belonging to the wife’s parents – after all, nothing is more comforting than familiar grounds. The couple had lived in London for a few years, where they fell in love with the aesthetics of the old wharf warehouse their apartment was in. They wanted to incorporate industrial elements into their new home.
One of the main highlights in this house is the stunning green wall in the living room, which helps to bring greenery into the space.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Creative use of space in this three-storey Singapore house in Serangoon Gardens
(Design: Envelope Architects)
Interior design director Raymond Seow's home is a three-bedroom condominium unit in the Serangoon area, sporting a fun and colourful geometric theme.
Read more about this home: House Tour: $55,000 reno of an interior designer's fun and colourful apartment
(Design: Free Space Intent)
This brief for the design of this home was to ensure it is spacious, comfortable and filled with natural light. More importantly, the homeowners wanted it be surrounded by greenery – not a simple task when neighbours are mere metres away. Take a peek at the interiors.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Contemporary-style terrace house off Upper Serangoon Road with a green wall on the facade
(Design: ADX Architects)
This townhouse apartment is home to a media-industry creative, as well as 10,000 Barbie dolls! You wouldn’t expect to find a home with such unconventional interiors. It is only after ascending the staircase to get to his second-floor apartment that you are immersed in a world of dolls.
Read more about this home: Townhouse apartment in Serangoon decorated with 10,000 Barbie dolls!
(Design: Visual Text Architects (VTxT))
The homeowners' brief for principal architect Lim Ai Tiong was to maximise the floor area in the house, which sits on a relatively conservative land area of 2,300sqf. To address this issue, Ai Tiong took advantage of the attic space, and designed a 45-degree pitched roof — the maximum allowable space by local authorities.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Two-storey corner terrace house in Serangoon with a neutral colour palette and beautiful attic
(Design: Lim Ai Tiong (Lato) Architects)
This 1,030sqf four-room HDB resale apartment in Serangoon has lots of white and wood tones that give the home a cosy vibe.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Four-room HDB resale flat in Serangoon with a white-and-wood palette
Wanting more living space, co-founder of furniture company Grafunkt, Jefery Kurniadidjaja, moved into this three-storey corner terrace in Serangoon Gardens with his wife and son.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Corner terrace home of Grafunkt co-founder
Home to a bachelor, this four-room HDB apartment in Serangoon North has lots of interesting details, eye-catching features and textural finishes.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Visually arresting features in this four-room HDB home in Serangoon North
This three-storey semi-detached house in Serangoon Gardens lends a cosy ambience, with warm colours and a mix of East and West elements.
Read more about this home: House Tour: A three-storey semi-detached house with a Balinese-resort look and East-meets-West elements
(Design: Black N White Haus)
An architectural design language was applied in this home to address both aesthetic and practical considerations.
Read more about this home: House Tour: A Scandinavian-style three-bedroom condo in Upper Serangoon with wood tones and dark colours
(Design: AO Studio)
Timeless and tranquil, this modern design is exactly what the homeowners had in mind.
"We tiered the height of the ceiling boards; low at the entrance, but gradually higher towards the living room. It creates vertical expansion and hides the aircon coils," says the design team.
Read more about this home: House Tour: This 1,200sqf condo apartment in Serangoon looks modern and timeless
No stranger to unconventional designs, interior design Carmen aimed to create a home featuring one-of-a-kind ideas for the homeowners. Perhaps what is most striking in the living room are the two walls of artificial plants. They flank the television cabinet with doors featuring a geometric artwork of a rabbit.
Read more about this home: House Tour: A quirky, artsy one-bedroom condominium apartment in Upper Serangoon
(Design: Wolf Woof)
The bespoke dining light in this home is minimalist in its lines, yet makes a welcome strong presence in the high-ceilinged room.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Terrace home inspired by alpine ski lodges and ranch-style houses
(Design: Design Intervention)
To the owners of this five-room flat, vintage style is not just an on-trend phase but also something they embrace wholeheartedly.
Read more about this home: House Tour: $60,000 renovation for this modern-vintage style, five-room flat in Serangoon
(Design: The Scientist)
The raw, industrial edge of this HDB maisonette in Serangoon is livened up with an organic touch and pop of colour.
Read more about this home: House Tour: $90,000 renovation for this raw and industrial-style HDB maisonette
(Design: Three-D Conceptwerke)
This intermediate terrace house in Serangoon Gardens has a light colour palette and lots of windows and glass walls to brighten up the interior spaces.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Neutral colour palette in this terrace house with cool ambience
(Design: TG Alliance)
With purple as the main hue in the home, the homeowner created a "modern posh" look.
Read more about this home: House Tour: This five-room HDB flat with purple hues has a modern and posh look
(Design: Space Vision Design)
The architectural elements of the space take centrestage in this home, with the use of only raw materials to keep the look as industrial as possible.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Simple industrial-style HDB home in Serangoon
(Design: Spacedge Designs)
Lots of bold colours and accessories in this three-bedroom loft in Serangoon!
Read more about this home: House Tour: Vibrant arty prints and patterns in this three-bedroom loft in Serangoon
Home to an interior designer, this condominium unit in Upper Serangoon has a hotchpotch of things and styles, but they all come together perfectly.
Read more about this home: House Tour: Renovation for this interior designer's home cost $30,000!
(Design: KNQ Associates)
Wood accents and distinctive design features lend style and character to this bachelor pad — a three-bedroom condo in Serangoon.
Read more about this home: House Tour: $40,000 renovation for this cosy three-bedroom condo bachelor pad
(Design: Joey Khu Interior Design)
This narrow house in Serangoon Gardens was turned into a contemporary minimalist sanctuary, anchored by a colossal concrete feature wall.
Read more about this home: This open-plan industrial-chic home is cool yet cosy
It's a medley of new and old in this three-generational two-storey bungalow with attic in Serangoon Gardens.
Read more about the home: House Tour: Swanky contemporary-style two-storey bungalow
(Design: D'Perception Ritz)
This three-room HDB flat in Serangoon cost about $70,000 to design and renovate. The bulk of the costs went into reconfiguring the space, reworking the toilet and hacking the floor.
Read more about the home: House Tour: Uncluttered and streamlined three-room HDB flat in Serangoon