Yellow in interior design: 10 Singapore homes that did it right
The interiors of this spacious four-room HDB flat is bold and unexpected. The homeowners – a couple in their early 30s – have a penchant for traditional English homes and vintage styles, as well as bright colours that keep the home looking fresh and modern.
Design: Aiden T
The homeowner commissioned Thai artist Zhang Sitthi to create an exclusive hand-painted mural for her living room. The artist was inspired by yak, an often seen depiction of a guardian of gates at Buddhist temples, as well as elephants as a symbol of humanity, respect and love.
Design: Aart Boxx
Opting for yellow-hued fabric means it is easy for you to change up the look whenever you want to. See the rest of this colourful home here.
Design: Bconnected Living Concepts
Injections of blue and yellow – the homeowner’s favourite colours – add a sense of youthful zest. This home also features lots of brass, which is a good match for yellow.
Design: Enoch ID
Part of the original walk-in wardrobe in this home was carved out and turned into a display corner with a bright, egg yolk backdrop.
Design: Hello Embryo
A true reflection of the homeowners' perky personality, this home – a four-room HDB flat in Sengkang – balances bursts of colour with a clean, white base. In keeping with the colour blocking trend, bold blocks of lime green, red and yellow contrast with the green felt of the pool table.
Design: New Nyew
A striking main door and geometric-patterned gate makes their unit hard to miss. See the rest of the home here.