5 Lovely Homes in the Top 3 Property Hotspots
It’s a well-known fact that certain residential areas in Singapore are more favoured than others. According to data from leading property portal PropertyGuru, Sengkang, Woodlands, and Tampines are the top 3 property hotspots in the city-state, garnering a higher number of searches, page views, and inquiries than others. That’s why we’ve gathered some beautiful homes located in these hotspots for your viewing pleasure!
1) Industrial minimalist
The hottest residential area goes to none other than Sengkang! This house is decked out in complementing shades of grey, white and brown, and the marble feature wall adds a strong rocker feel. However, the white ceiling fan softens the industrial look and adds the touch of a Bali-style resort.
2) Eclectic vintage
This gorgeous home makes use of varying eclectic prints that mix beautifully. The solid brown wall grounds this home, while the white and black cupboards add a hint of the 50s to this quirky decor. The pastel blue chairs further heighten the whimsical feel of this home, while the striped rug adds flavour to the wood flooring.
3) Modern contemporary
Located in Sengkang as well, the highlight of this chic home is the crystal chandelier that adds a luxurious feel to this modern contemporary style home. Less is more, as Robert Browning would say.
“Modern contemporary with an open concept kitchen to make the house more spacious, play around with mirrors in the dining area and the chandelier to enhance the luxurious feel. The colour scheme of grey with yellow strobe lights further increases the feeling of cosiness,” Nick Pang from Ace Space Design tells us about this chic home.
4) Resort pastels
871B Tampines by DB Studio
This well-lit home possesses a distinct resort flavour due to its unique wooden ceiling light fixture and fan. The soft blue couch further adds to the laidback vibes of this home, while further ornaments and trinkets add to the delicacy of this Tampines home. The grey rug grounds the home, matching its relaxed atmosphere while maintaining a distinctive flair.
Jason from DB Studio says that the grey and dark wood colour scheme of this home is taken a step further with the hanging pendant light, adding further flavour to this home.
5) Industrial vibes
All hard-hitting steel and grey, this kitchen channels some serious industrial feels with its abundance of metallic objects and strobe lighting. Mostly grey and black, the undoubtedly chic kitchen will make you feel like the next Gordon Ramsey as you’re whipping up your next meal here! The wooden table and counter soften the slick look of this kitchen, while some potted plants scattered here and there breathe life into it.
“Minimalist interior so as not to clog up the whole space, with a partial open concept. Black pipes near the kitchen door highlight the cement screed, while the darker wood elements play up the contrast with the lighter tiles nicely. Metallic shelving creates a more distinctive look to liven up the cement, as well as the touches of green through the potted plants.” Ruby from New Interior Design tells us about her insights on the designing process.