Credit: Design Milk
Renovating doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, especially if you know where to look and how to accurately draft a budget. However, when you venture into the deeper spectrum of interior design, you’ll soon realise that the sky’s the limit when it comes to expenses.
Depending on the severity of damage you intend to inflict on your bank account, you’re on the path of setting yourself up for an absolutely luxurious lifestyle! With that said, here are some of the most impressive designs we’ve come across, all achieved with a budget of less than RM300K!
The materials incorporated in the curation of this bungalow screams luxury and utmost sophistication. From the walls to the furniture and even the eye-catching lighting scattered across the abode, an ambience of grandeur is delivered at first glance.
The price range of this renovation package hovers around RM200,000. The given template of a bungalow naturally demands higher prices due to the extensive coverage and labour required, but let’s not disregard the satisfactory result of consulting a well-known and reliable interior designer to handle a project of such significance. Exquisiteness and practicality is achieved!
Credit: Archi Plan
The essence of this abode is in its impeccably curated fusion of the Zen concept and Industrialism. It’s not everyday you see a modern home infused within a tranquil setting, and that alone is truly deserving of its price tag of RM280,000. While being in awe of the seemingly high cost of renovation, keep in mind that RM280,000 has the ability to buy you a home that is, in all its glory, second to none.
The strategic selection of wooden furniture and raw, organic tones renders the home’s colour palette to be one that is perfectly balanced and soothing to the eye. Honestly, for RM280,000, Archiplan’s masterful curation is undoubtedly a bang for your buck!
Coming in at the price of RM100,000, Maison by Vault Design Lab is the most wallet-friendly renovation design on this list. You wouldn’t have guessed its price tag if we didn’t tell you so, and that just goes to show that great design doesn’t have to break the bank!
The evergreen Industrial design style heavily influences the overall dynamics of this abode, alongside hints of wood and pastel colour combinations. The home presents itself as a bachelor’s pad, yet at the same time could very well be a home for family with children. The versatility of Industrialism shows itself off in this project!