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Dots ‘n’ Tots Interior Group Pte Ltd.
256 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437044 (East Showroom)
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HDB License : HB-05-4665-G
You’ve always had this mindset that having an affordable space in Singapore means not being able to invest in its aesthetic value. Interior design and a cheap HDB flat just don’t go hand in hand. You simply can’t have everything, can you?
That’s where you’re wrong.
Dots N Tots believes that everyone deserves a home designed especially to cater to their tastes and preferences, a place they can be excited about going home to. It doesn’t have to be expensive. You don’t have to stress yourself over buying this or that because great design doesn’t have to come at a high cost.
This is why we value these three things the most:
An affordable solution
Affordability coupled with sheer creative genius is what we’re aiming at. However, it wouldn’t be complete without the high quality work we ensure for all of our clients.
To prove our point, allow us to show you the most popular HDB interior designs we’ve done. You can integrate this to transform your home or you can give us a quick call to talk more about how you’re envisioning your HDB flat to be.
This design makes use of a small space common in Singapore. As you can see, every nook and cranny is expertly utilized for functionality and aesthetics. The minimalist design is paired with playful colors that add texture to the overall vibe. Its main strength is the fact that although no space is wasted, it doesn’t look crowded. Everything is strategically placed to give a relaxed ambiance.
This modern design emphasizes on functionality and aesthetics at the same time. It gives off a no-fuss vibe and is perfect for those looking for something straightforward. Although most of it uses neutral colors, there are a little touch of blue, orange, and red to give it a subtle personality.
Many people love the excitement the industrial style brings. It plays with light fixtures, warehouse-inspired theme, furniture pieces dominated with wood and metal materials, and a captivating artwork or two to bring out its beauty. You can incorporate elements of this design on your very own HDB apartment.
If you’re not into dark and heavy aesthetics, this design is perfect for you. Dominated by white and neutral colors, this HBD is perfect for those who want a tidy, organized place. We understand that while some people favor a cozy home with furniture pieces and decor here and there, there are also those who prefer them simple. The elevated platform in the living room is perfect for games, Japanese style dinner, etc. You can even work there if you need more space. To go with the overall theme of the house, the work area, bathroom, and bedrooms are also kept simple; it all just contains the necessities but as you can see, it doesn’t look dull.
If you use the right color palette, you will be giving your space an effect of being wider than it actually is. This interior also uses furniture pieces that, although having heavy colors, appear light because of their design.
Luxury can be enjoyed in many ways. In our previous designs, it can be experienced through simplicity, little touches of classic elements, utilizing spaces that could otherwise be wasted, and so many others.
But here, we’ve made use of modern approaches to create a sleek overall vibe. Red, black, gray, brown, and white–the colors of luxury–are incorporated into this small space. You will particularly love what we did with the bedroom walls. The red isn’t offensive and it complements perfectly with the brown and while undertones. The bed’s design is simple, no need for that bulky headboard. You can do this in your own home by installing something similar to your wall. All you have to do is secure a bed to complete the effect.
For more HDB design ideas check out our portfolio here.