Condo Interior Design In Singapore

Renovating your new condominium (condo) unit can be very different from renovating an HDB unit. In Singapore, condominiums can have different guidelines on renovation depending on the developer, and this can be a problem if you are not familiar with renovating a new condo unit.

Space Factor is an interior design firm in Singapore that specializes in condo interior design, with portfolio ranging from minimalist to modern designs. With most condominiums in Singapore being smaller in size in general compared to a similar HDB unit, we are able to execute creative space-saving solutions as well to fit your criteria.

Interior designers at Space Factor will first understand your taste and preferences, then delicately balance between functionality and aesthetics to deliver your dream home.

From our many years of experience in this industry, many condominium owners find that space constraint is the biggest issue with their homes. They are often unable to fit everything they want in their home while keeping it uncluttered. At Space Factor, we do not believe that you should comprise on the aesthetics of your home because of the small area of condos.

Our interior designers at Space Factor will be able to help you resolve this issue. They have the expertise and experience to enhance the interiors of your apartment without having to compromise on any aspect. Regardless of the size of your apartment, we can do the job for you! Whether it is the minimalistic style or any particular theme that you are going for, let us know and we will fulfil your wishes. Our goal is to meet your needs without compromising aesthetics.


Before engaging in a condo renovation work, you may want to look out for the following:

  1. Understanding your condominium renovation guidelines: Each condo have their own set of guidelines to adhere to so as to maintain the aesthetics or safety of the development. If you engage our condo interior designers, we will first understand the rules before working with you on the design for your home.
  2. Works to be implemented: Do make sure to ask your designers before embarking on the condo interior design project. The usual works are ceiling, carpentry and miscellaneous works. The designer should also advice the lighting, textures, colors and furniture to be added into your home.
  3. Resales vs new condos: Resale condos are usually more costly to renovate, simply because there may be additional works (like demolition, concealing cables, tearing down additions etc) that needs to be done. For new condos, these additional works can be avoided, saving time and money.


If you are looking to design your apartment yourself, here are some tips for you to make your condo look bigger. However, these are just general advice. You will need the experience to know what gives off the best effect. Therefore, let us help you with that! 


The use of mirrors is a good tip for those who wish to make their room look larger than it actually is. It provides an illusion of depth and also reflects light, making a room look larger. Using mirror tabletops and mirror cabinets can also help to give your home a more open feel.


Lighting is one key element in making your apartment look bigger. If your house lacks natural lighting, it is essential that you add some lighting to make your house as well-lit as possible. You will be surprised at how much it can help to open up your space.


Maximise the open spaces in your apartment by placing large pieces of furniture against the walls. Try not to arrange furniture such that they block the pathways in your house as this will make your rooms look cramped. In addition, try to opt for multi-function furniture such as a sofa with storage space beneath to help you save as much space as possible.


If you want to make your room look bigger, you can choose light colours when painting your walls. Light colours are brighter and can make your room look bigger. Light coloured walls are brighter and generally more reflective. This will give off a more open feel. To maximise the effect, use light colours along with the use of mirrors; mirrors will reflect light and bright colours better, making your room look bigger.



You should look for a condo interior designer when you want to revamp your house but are lazy to do so on your own or if you are a new homeowner looking for a unique design for your home. For new homeowners, we recommend that you start to engage your condominium interior designer as early as 4 months before getting your keys to your new home. This is so that your interior designers will have enough time to discuss the designs with you and help you source for materials.


Engaging an interior designer covers many aspects. We will provide free consultation services to understand your needs and provide you with a quotation. We provide furniture advisory services and also have our own team of in-house carpentry team for your customised carpentry works! This helps us to minimise any potential delays to handover your house back to you on time.


Talk to us regarding your condo interior design project today!

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