The underpinning of home design is clearly saying who you are, what you like and what you need. A house may just be a house, a living space but a home is YOU.  Let’s take a look at some of the home designs and see if we have deciphered you in any of it.


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The Scandinavian interior design is characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by a focus on functionalism and simplicity as it includes the use of natural materials, such as leather, wood, and hemp. Don’t be deceived by its downplay look, the concept is applying sustainable materials of good craftsmanship to the whole home design to give it an evergreen look.


Interior by: Meter Square (Floor: LURF Balance 40038)

From this design we can see that:

You are a fuss-free minimalist who likes to keep your environment clutter-free and clean. You believe in sustainable design over extravagant luxurious design and has little tolerance for unnecessary junks and adornments.

Modern Luxury

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There’s more to luxury than wealth – it is now measured in terms of good taste, class, and endurance. And when it comes to creating a modern luxe concept, opt for simple yet quality materials for the renovation, include understated yet polished decorative elements, and stay away from anything that borders gaudy. Classic clean lines, a quality finish, and timeless design elements define the Modern aesthetic, one that is not easily swayed by the hottest or latest.


Interior by: Meter Square (LURF® Floor by Floor Xpert)

From this design we can see that:

You like a timeless look. To you, class never goes wrong. You choose to stay away from trends and prefer to pick something that may not be trending but everlasting.



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Minimalism is everywhere right now, from fashion and beauty to even poetry. Minimalism is almost the opposite of style. It is a philosophy that allows one to believe “the lesser, the better”. The less clutter, the better our homes look. Minimalist homes are often defined as homes that are reduced to its necessary elements and the main focus is on the function rather than form. The clean and clutter-free look is popular among homeowners who like their homes fuss- and stress-free.

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From this design we can see that:

You strongly believe in quality over quantity. You choose to de-clutter and to cut back on the amount of things under needs & wants in life. All this is reflected on your daily lifestyle, you will think twice before adding something new to the home, striving to keep the space simple, basic and clean.

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