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Chinese New Year 2018 Pocket Guide's Projects

It’s January and what’s other perfect time to start looking for new inspirations for the most important project of the year: redecoration for the Chinese New Year?  

Below is the essential pocket guide with beautifully decorated interior designs from our home professionals that can easily sweep you away with ideas and inspirations.

Oriental Design Living Room

Project 431 Choa Chu Kang Ave 3 by My Reno Diary

This living room is truly beautiful and sophisticated with a Chinese style, hint of elegance by using neutral colors instead of traditional red vibrant. Black from the carpet becomes the one to attract most attention, wooden flooring and Chinese printed pillows and curtains create a cohesive look for the living room.

Displaying Art Collections

Project by Dzign Station

A Chinese art collection is signature by scenic prints of villages, bridges, beautiful gazebos or animal prints based on the Chinese Zodiac. As we can see in this design, the well-blend between Modern and Classic is the style of the designer’s intention. Especially the décor personnel have placed a plant of synthetic red lily flowers to relive the room with bright colors, more lively and cozy.

Going Red

Project Regent Residence by Design 4 Space

In China and many other Asian countries, red relates to fire and vital energy and becomes a symbol for good luck, prosperity and celebration. During Lunar New Year, many gifts or presents are handled over in red envelops or wrapping paper called “hong bao” which believes to bring luck to the receiver.

Thus, you will never go wrong with red for Lunar New Year decorations. Whether it is just a red flower vase, the pillows cover sheets or just a painting, the house will be lightening up immediately with festive moods.


Project Waterwood by Design 4 Space

Reunion Dinners in styles

The most looking forward (and exhausting at the same time) dinner for many housewives is reunion dinner – the eve of Chinese New Year. For many, table setting as well as dining room decoration is an inseparable task for the house party.

Project H Residence by Feraph Atelier

Here is an example of simple table setting with all white and green – a very modern Scandinavian setting. This arrangement has been recently more favorable for Singaporeans for festive seasons since it’s easy, requires less effort to set up but still ensure a sense of class.

Project Thomson Grove by Sunhup Interior

In contrast to above dinning concept, in here, the interior is partly influenced by Chinese style with wall hanging writings, round table. This is definitely a modern area matched up with Asian feel to it.

Peach Blossoms And Red Flowers

Project 505 Bukit Batok by MyReno Diary

Often mistakenly for cherry blossoms, but peach blossoms call for romance and longevity. Legend says that this flower can bring luck – tao hua luck – for those who are still single and want a significant other. This is because romance direction is bloomed in the direction the peach blossoms are.

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