|Type of HDB Flat||Average Renovation Cost For A New Flat||Average Renovation Cost For A Resale Flat|
|3-Room (60 to 65 sqm)||$35,000 to $38,000||$40,000 to $50,000|
|4-Room (90 sqm)||$40,000 to $46,000||$50,000 to $58,000|
|5-Room (110 sqm)||$47,000 to $56,000||$68,000 to $80,000|
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Among all the living spaces in Singapore, arguably the most common accommodation type is an HDB. Approximately 80% of the population live in an HDB flat due to its affordability and spacious layout.
On one hand, standard HDBs have more basic amenities and are considered more affordable than premium flats.
On the other hand, premium flats, also known as Executive Condominiums, are developed by private contractors and designed for middle to high-income brackets. They offer more choices and design options similar to high-end condominiums, making them an attractive living option for many Singaporeans.
A premium flat is approximately 130 square metres, complete with a living room, kitchen, and dining area. It has one master bedroom with a bathroom attachment and two extra rooms for other family members or guests. Besides the rooms, it also features one bathroom and a storeroom in the common area.
Generally, premium flats offer more space and comfort than standard flats. Although not every flat has it, some feature balcony space and a great outdoor landscape.
Overall, the openness and expanse of a premium flat give homeowners the opportunity to play around with the design of their space.
Moving into a new flat is the perfect time to delve into HDB renovation. With so many HDB BTO flat designs to choose from, you can transform your apartments into your dream home. Here are some sophisticated and well-designed home ideas you can take inspiration from:
The first design idea is to transform your flat into a 5-star luxury hotel suite.
To achieve this design, you need to utilize a combination of luxurious textures. This means dark wood, marble tops, mirrors, velvet furniture, and a glossy finish. You want to embody opulence and elegance when recreating this design style.
For the minimalistic lovers out there, a white and wood modern design is the one for you. It’s simple yet sleek.
Its use of mostly white and neutral colour palette makes your home look brighter and airier. The dominant white background also creates the perfect blank canvas for you to play around with. For example, you can hang paintings and other decorative elements without having to worry about clashing colours.
Additionally, the touch of wooden accents in the furniture and other design elements create contrasts to the pristine white surroundings, resulting in a timeless yet modern feel.
Another modern twist to your premium flat is to create an industrial wonderland. The industrial aesthetic was first introduced in the West but made its way to Asia. Now, it’s one of the most popular design trends for HDB homeowners looking to elevate the aesthetic of their flats.
Essentially, the industrial design masterfully integrates raw elements like metals, exposed pipes, bricks, and neon to create an urban-inspired space. But you have to be careful not to overdo it because mixing these elements in the wrong way can make your home look messy or cluttered.
To make sure that you achieve the industrial theme perfectly, it’s recommended that you collaborate with professional interior designers.
Whether you’re moving into a new premium flat or thinking of freshening up the existing aesthetics, Style + Space offers premium flat renovation packages for your diverse design needs. We provide top-notch services at competitive prices to help you renovate your flats and transform them into something new. So, if you want to revitalize your home, Style + Space is the interior design company for you.