Whether it’s home renovation or interior designs, this year it’s about working spaces harder and smarter.
This means creating outdoor spaces that can be enjoyed year-round, and installing furniture that have multi-uses – for example, a linen cupboard that doubles as a shoe rack.
The desired features of yesteryear, such as walk-in wardrobes, will remain popular, but will be elevated to become more lavish and efficient.
Hollywood style dressing rooms, inbuilt studies and integrated greenery are tipped to be some of must-have features of 2016.
With more scrutiny around apartment sizes, architecture firm Hayball’s Bianca Hung says spaces will have to be made to work smarter.
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