The overrated, impractical interior design trends that Singaporeans love - Zint Design
nterior design is different from any form of artistry. How? Well, let’s just say that when Rembrandt painted the Night Watch, he didn’t have a client looking over his shoulder going, “Put more moustaches on the men.” Interior designers deal with that all the time, especially with homeowners who chase trends without really stopping to consider if they’re practical for their space. Here are some common examples. 1. KITCHEN ISLAND (Photo: 99.co) A kitchen island is an expensive, space-consuming counter in the middle of the kitchen. It often comes with high seats (so it can function as a bar) and