Designing a ‘smart’ interior does not simply mean imbuing it with smart technology. It also means that you configure the layout, use classy materials, and make the overall space as organized as possible. Below, we’ll be taking a look at 5 key elements of a smartly designed home interior in Singapore:
1. Using intelligent control systems
Intelligent control systems refer to the technology that makes your house automated. It’s usually connected to a wireless hub, which allows you to remotely control certain aspects of your house. For example, you could turn off the lights from your phone, you could customize the opening of your window treatments, etc.
Many Singaporean homes owners are using this technology nowadays. The ID Gallery team incorporated it in this particular home interior design as well. The 5 Ticks Daikin Air Conditioning cuts down on the electricity bills. It’s also controlled by a phone app, which is a godsend when the homeowners forget to switch the AC off.
A smartly designed Singaporean home always has to deliver some sort of transparency so that the spaces don’t seem too small with their partitions. Usually, a lot of transparent glass is used to carry out this technique. The ID Gallery team designed this kitchen by keeping transparency as fluent as possible.
3. Smart circulation spaces
The one thing that many homeowners forget to do is optimize their circulation spaces. They’re so focused on the aesthetics that proper space management takes a backseat. So, always remember that you have to leave enough circulation area in order to move around comfortably. The design team at ID Gallery has done a wonderful job in designing spaces with large and comfortable circulation areas in this home interior.
4. Creative layout designing
Creative layout designing is a great way to ramp up the smartness of your home interior. This basically includes organizing the furniture, partitions, and décor in a way that fully optimizes the space. If you take a look at this image, you’ll see how the ID Gallery team has configured all the elements to optimize the space beautifully. Even the materials – especially the reflective mirrors – have been selected to enhance the quality of the space.
5. Multi-purpose spaces
Lastly, designing great, multipurpose spaces is a trend that can enhance the smartness of any home. The ID Gallery team did an excellent job of designing such a space in this home. The bedroom is divided into distinct study/office area and consists of a media wall/relaxation spot along with the actual bed. It’s definitely a great expression of this key smart home component.
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