Love minimalist interior design? Here are 10 minimalist home design ideas to get you inspired and ready for your BTO renovation!
Warm, desert-style minimalism
This serene condo designed by Right Angle Studio is packed with warm, minimalist interior design ideas for your own home renovation. It’s brimming with natural light and furnished with soft and cosy pieces that keep the home extra comfortable.
Scandi minimalist design with soft curves
If you like Scandinavian and minimalist interior design, you’ll love this airy resale condo that combines the two timeless styles, filled with soft curves and warm hues. The archways in particular keep the home feeling bright, open and spacious.
A modular, minimalist apartment
Take a tour of this flexible, modular studio apartment that transforms into a 3-bedroom home, with sliding walls and adaptable spaces. It’s packed with minimalist style and creative, space-saving interior design ideas perfect for any small home, including your BTO flat!
Monochromatic, minimalist BTO interiors
The peak of minimalism has got to be the trendy black-and-white aesthetic. This monochromatic, minimalist BTO flat showcases it perfectly with a sleek, modern finish. Plus, the interiors were entirely self-designed by the homeowners!
A plant-filled, minimalist home
One of the best ways to liven up minimalist interiors is to add plants here and there. Just look at this lovely plant-filled apartment at Tiong Bahru—it wouldn’t be nearly as inviting without the greenery!
Minimalist interior design for cats
Pet owners often have a hard time keeping their homes elegant and minimalistic. After all, you need to fit all of those rather unsightly pet essentials into your space.
If you’re struggling with this too, take inspiration from this minimalist HDB design, which is sleek and luxurious but also incorporates cat furniture!
Woody luxury minimalism
Minimalism isn’t just limited to black, white and cream tones. You can warm up your space while keeping it luxurious and minimalist with wooden finishes, like the lush carpentry in this woody condo, paired with black trim and polished fittings.
Minimalist BTO interiors for a couple
If you’re designing your BTO flat for just yourself and your partner, it’s going to be much easier to stick to minimalist interior design than if you were to renovate for a whole family.
Take this couple’s resale HDB flat, for instance; the owners went so far as to forgo a sofa and streamlined the living room with matching armchairs instead.
A hyper-minimalist condo design
You can take minimalism to a whole new level by clearing your house of almost anything and carefully curating what you choose to keep.
This penthouse condo is sparsely furnished, with a few select furniture pieces, hidden storage behind the walls and no permanent bed. Not everyone’s cup of tea but clean and airy for sure!
A Muji-inspired, minimalist BTO design
Last but certainly not least, the Muji fans among you will love this cosy, minimalist BTO flat. It’s got a pared-back aesthetic with black and white fittings and wooden accents and was renovated to make working from home as easy as possible.