Home is where you long to be. When your living space is as wonderfully designed as one of these 7 beautiful houses in Malaysia, we are certain that you wouldn’t want to be anywhere else but home.
Now, browse through the selection of homes with different interior concepts below and find that perfect idea that suits you best!
Cost of renovation: RM500,000
Practical without being tasteless (and classless!) is the name of the game for this landed property located in Setia Eco Park.
Using a dark grey tone on a few feature walls and staple furniture bring more attention to the modern and minimalistic accents around the house.
Wooden shelves and cabinetry are not only evergreen but are also durable and long lasting too.
Cost of renovation: RM500,000
The easiest way to capture attention within a muted palette, is with a pop of colour!
As you enter each space in the house, your eyes are drawn to the colour feature such as a red, luxe carpet in the living area, pastel blue kitchen wall tiles, and a lime green feature wall in one of the bedrooms.
Cost of renovation: RM200,000
Keeping the colour palette to black, grey, white and beige, this home gives off a fun and laidback vibe.
The designer incorporates geographical shapes into quirky wall mounts, shelves and headboards will appeal to the artistic and creative individual.
Cost of renovation: RM250,000
Black, white and wooden elements are recurring composites of a modern style that are versatile and easy to work with.
The wooden floor treatment in the living and sleeping areas adds warmth to an otherwise no-nonsense black and white aesthetics.
In addition, the use of reflective surfaces and floor-to-ceiling coloured glass walls give the home a sleek and polished look.
Cost of renovation: RM150,000
The designer ties together seemingly unrelated looks using a muted, wooden panel feature across the home.
The feature is most prominently showcased in the living area, running from a wall right up to the ceiling, creating an eye-catching contrast amidst the glossy, white surfaces used around the house.
Cost of renovation: RM450,000
Following the homeowner’s brief for a high-tech bachelor’s pad cum workspace, the designer has created bright and practical spaces that are streamlined with the use of marble and minimalistic veneer cladding.
Cost of renovation: RM180,000
Reminiscent of a cozy country cottage, everything in this 3-bedroom condominium evokes a feeling of nostalgic living.
Flower prints, especially the iconic English Rose, used in most of the fabric coverings around the house provide just the right amount of detail amidst the stark white interior.
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