10 S’pore Homes That Are Way Cooler Than Your Hipster Cafe

Thanks to the rising trend of home cooking & baking, dining areas are looking snazzier than ever. Who needs to hangout at hipster joints or fancy restaurants now with these 10 insanely stylish homes and dining areas. Wow your guests as you host themed brunch/dinner parties or cozy up for a heartwarming meal.

1. Rustic Charmer
With a perfect balance of design elements and coziness, this dining area has so much effortless charm and personality. Swopping standard dining chairs for a bench not only creates visual interest, but also allows more people to fit on one side of the table!


Interior Designer:The 80s Studio
Location: Riverparc Residences

2. First Things First
Showcase precious family memories or in this case, curated art pieces. Use a consistent colour scheme from kitchen to living room. Clean lines and a neutral palette bring home the point of what’s important in this house.


Architect: 0932 Design Consultants
Location: J Studio

3. Ahoy All On Board!
Where should we start? That geometric lighting? Uniquely shaped wall mirrors?
Or that dining table? All this screams seat me down and get me my meal now.
It takes a lot of commitment, but a dining area that is in line with the home’s overall scheme can definitely create a bigger impact.


Interior Designer: XPrado
Location: Silversea

4. On The House
If the bar scene is your game, grab some friends for the afterparty. No more pub-crawling as you get the comfort of your own home plus all forms of entertainment in this stylish abode.


Interior Designer: Free Space Intent
Location: Simei Lane

5. Lounge Party
Another creative alternative is to maximise the comfort of your guests. Seatings come in all shapes and sizes for this home. We can imagine ourselves sipping margaritas on a cruise party somewhere in the Mediterranean already.

Architect: EHKA Studio
Location: Pinnacle @ Duxton

6. Just The Two Of Us
If big get-togethers are not for you, we suggest you adopt what this homeowner did. Sometimes, all that is required for a space to get noticed is a few unconventional furniture choices, or a calculated effort to keep things unfussy.


Interior Designer: Aiden T
Location: Serangoon

7. Eclectic Vibes
Let your creativity flow as the furnitures come in all shapes , sizes and colours – adding a distinctive character to this home. Find spots to work, play or chill all under one roof.

Interior Designer: Project File
Location: Fernhill Road

8.I Can See You
Look a little more closely and you will realise that the homeowner decides on an open concept with glass partition for you to check out the masterchef in action!


Interior Designer: Unimax
Location: McPherson

9.You Blue Me Away
For something more understated and formal, go for a contemporary lighting design with pastel tones. Anchor the dining table with a cream-coloured rug to seamlessly complete this sophisticated look.


Interior Designer: Fineline Design
Location: Hougang


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10.In A Different Time
Check out the homeowner’s clever use of styles in each section of his home.
Instead of concealing the dining area’s light source with recessed downlights, statement fixtures add drama and personality. In addition, we love the green terrazzo tiles that adds an old school charm to this home plus the mounted timepieces from different countries


Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Esparina Residences

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