Yes, say hi to enclosed shower areas, which is not a new idea anymore in our modern day Singapore, but yet, most of the homeowners here still haven't embraced the idea completely especially those who have an old HDB bathroom at home. Now, let's talk about why your bathroom is better to have a wet and dry area separated area.
No, we are not writing on behalf of our tiles supplier. As a cost effective homeowner, you may think fewer tiling could cost you less during renovation. But try to ask yourself: is spending money on repairing work sounds smarter than spending money on proper renovation in advance? And yes, we are talking about tiles finishing in wet areas, places that you would probably face more defects than any other areas after renovation.
Renovation is a lifetime decision. That can happen after you are married (congratulations!), or when you (finally) decide to purchase your own home for either yourself or for investment purposes. We all know renovation is not going to be cheap (find out why renovation is so expensive in Singapore), even if you find a really nice renovation package deal or you decide to DIY.
When talking about renovating, people tend to choose a renovation package rather than an interior designer. As renovation packages seem cheaper and clearer, and you can always choose a package listed online within your budget (without considering the hidden cost) and compare them with other packages. If you are lucky enough to find a really cheap deal, it still doesn't mean you are one step closer to your dream home. In this article, we will explain if an interior design package suits you or not.
Okay, now we are going to talk about interior designers, the one you are going to meet and likely spend a lot of money on after your key collection. (Whoops feels like we are digging a hole for ourselves to jump into....Arghhh.) When interior design firms can be seen on every corner of Singapore nowadays, to meet the right one (I mean designer) becomes more of an effort and very time-consuming.
Home design ideas & renovation tips for Singapore homeowners.