Home & interior styling services in Singapore


They say your home is an extension of who you are, and with the majority of our time spent at home, we couldn’t agree more. Whether you’ve just bought your first home or want to spruce up your current one, you don’t necessarily have to resort to costly renovations to achieve your ideal aesthetic. 

Changing up subtle details like colours, textures, furnishings and decor go a long way, but having an eye for them isn’t an easy feat. To aid you from ideation to execution, here are 7 home styling services you can engage to give your home a makeover. 

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1. Cocoon Styling – for lush beach resort vibes


Cocoon stylingImage credit: Cocoon Styling Facebook

Who needs a vacation when you can live in a space that resembles a lush retreat? With a background as a florist and horticulturist, Cocoon Styling’s founder Karin Rysgaard has a penchant for using rattan furniture and plants to give your home beach resort vibes. 

Their process starts with a consultation, where they’ll suggest ideas and resources for you to spruce up your home. They also provide a slew of additional services that aid the home styling process, such as upholstering, repurposing old furniture and even pool installments for those living in a landed property.

Cocoon styling bedroom They styled this bedroom by layering cushions of different colours and textures
Image credit: Cocoon Styling

Address: 34 Lorong Kembangan, Singapore 417352
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-5PM (Close Sundays)
Telephone: 8126 6165
Website 


2. Arete Culture – for luxe designs within a day


Arete culture off-white theme home stylingAn off-white themed home with complementary decor like sculptural lights and mirrors
Image credit: Arete Culture

Add a bougie touch to your HDB with Arete Culture’s speedy and fuss-free styling services. Ideal for those who want to uplift a specific room, their Design In A Day package ($900) starts with a consultation at your home to understand your preferred style. They’ll then plan the look and shop for items with you, before helping you install the furniture and fixtures.

Arete culture accessories and furnitureThe muted gold accents of their furniture and accessory collection add warm, opulent vibes.
Image credit: Arete Culture

They have their very own line of home accessories and furniture items that’ll help you achieve hotel aesthetics, which you can view both online and at their showrooms. 

Atelier by Arete showroom
Address: 20 Depot Lane #01-01/02, Singapore 109763
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily

Arete Culture main showroom
Address: #06-01 Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Rd, Singapore 169074
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM, Daily
Telephone: 9640 3829
Website


3. Danish Design – for free, non-obligatory consultations


Danish design industral home stylingIndustrial design
Image credit: Danish Design

Picking an aesthetic for your home can be tough when Pinterest boards all look equally appealing. To help you find the ideal theme for your home, pick from the 4 distinct styles offered by Danish Design – namely mid-century, luxe, minimalist and industrial

Simply approach them in-store or virtually via phone or email to collaborate with them for a complimentary space planning and furniture proposal. You can bring along photos or blueprints of your home to aid this process.  

For a more in-depth styling service that includes mood boards and home visits, they’re priced at $250/room. This charge will be waived if you spend a minimum of $5,000 on furniture from their company. 

Address: 100E Pasir Panjang Rd, Century Warehouse #06-03, Singapore 118521
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-6PM | Sun 12PM-6PM
Telephone: 6270 8483
Website 


4. Make Room – packages with fixed prices from $450/room


Make room home styling of a bachelor pad and tropical apartmentImage credit: Make Room, Make Room

With an eclectic range of past projects ranging from quirky bachelor pads to tropical family homes, Make Room’s stylists focus on designing based on your lifestyle. Their online packages start from $450/room for their Basic Bundle, which includes a detailed mood board, floor plan, 2D visualisation and a curated shopping list.

For those who want a more elaborate transformation, opt for their Luxe Edition ($690/room). This includes an assigned stylist, additional concept revisions and assistance with sourcing for suitable furnishings.

If you prefer face-to-face engagements, you can take things offline with in-person consultations at $200/hour or go for their Social Pack starting from $1,200/room instead. This entitles you to unlimited in-person consultations, site visits and their assistance with purchases, delivery and installations.

Make room home styling - wallpaper on HDB maisonette staircaseWallpaper on the staircase of a HDB maisonette injects personality to the home
Image credit: Make Room

Address: 20A Amoy Street, Singapore 069855
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-6PM (Closed weekends)
Telephone: 6222 3042
Website 


5. E&A Interiors – for internationally-sourced fabrics & wallpapers


EA interiors home styling Image credit: E&A interiors

With their very own library of designer fabrics and wallpapers from around the world, E&A Interiors is skilled at adding unique textures and patterns that’ll transform your home into a classy, high-end space. 

On top of that, you can find one-of-a-kind handmade decor and furniture for an exotic touch to your crib. 

To engage them, simply fill out this form for a free consultation. In return, you’ll receive a proposal that includes budget, fees and scope of work.

Address: 59 Eng Hoon Street, #01-75 Tiong Bahru, Singapore 160059
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9.30AM-6PM (Closed weekends)
Telephone: 6702 4850
Website


6. House of Chais – for furnishings curated for your budget


House of chais home stylingImage credit: @houseofchais

If you’re looking for affordable styling services, House of Chais ensures that your home will get a refreshing facelift without breaking the bank. After consultations and proposals, they’ll proceed to curate a shopping list for furnishings sourced from around the world that matches your budget. 

In addition, if you’re moving into a new home, you can engage them for interior designing and renovation. For more extensive design reworks, they will help you source, recommend and manage external contractors. Throughout the process, they’ll provide advice on tile, colour and lighting selections too.

To get in touch with them, email them here

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7. The Home Stylist – for a 3D mockup before committing


The Home Stylist virtual home styling 3D mockupImage credit: The Home Stylist

If you’re worried about committing to something before having a clear visual picture of it, The Home Stylist offers 3D mockups for your reference. With these 3D renders, you can clearly visualise the end product and proceed to refer to it to redecorate your space. 

The Home Stylist space planning toolThe Home Stylist’s space planning tool helps to optimise your living space
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With experienced designers from Singapore, London, and Hong Kong, they’ll match you to the one that best suits your needs. They offer a full virtual styling package that includes a report of ideas and suggestions, mood boards and additional consultations. Their stylists also try their best to utilise the furniture you already have, saving you from additional costs.

In order to design a home that suits your specific style, they use questionnaires to help you define and get a clearer picture of what you want. This also helps them to create a distinctive design that represents you best. 

To book them for an online consultation, fill up this form

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Bring your Pinterest board to life with home styling services


Beautifying your home isn’t just for the flex when your friends come over – a living space designed for relaxation can do wonders for your mental state and well-being. To help you reduce costs, risks and worries, these home styling services can help you achieve your dream home effortlessly.

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Cover image adapted from: @houseofchais, Arete Culture, Make Room