Top 10 Stories of 2014

We have constantly fed our 30k Facebook fans with our [almost] daily posts for a whole year and we are very glad you are still engaged and interested in most, if not all of the stuff we share. Of course, there are some posts that don’t catch so much attention and that is fine and frankly normal. And then there are those several occasions where we are overwhelmed and at times caught off guard as to the extent of reception from you, our fans.

With that in mind, we have compiled from our over 360 posts the most “talked” about among them. We measure it by engagement from our fans quantified in post clicks, likes, comments and shares. Now, wouldn’t it be funny if in the end this post alone could surpass all of them? Well, who knows!

In the meantime, take a look back at the hottest stuff that set our Facebook page ablaze.

10) Monochromatic works perfectly for most. It’s sort of your go-to color scheme. It’s a safe and neutral choice. But why not throw in a splash of playfulness by adding some neon color? >>

Engagement: 6k

9) There’s always something attractive about wood. Maybe because it reminds us of nature and makes us feel we are one with it. >>

Engagement: 6.2k

8) Aren’t we all a tad curious how an interior designer’s house looks like? Well, we have one right here. As a matter of fact, we have done several open houses to this project already and it is quite evident why the public can’t get enough of it. >>

Engagement: 6.4k

7) Sometimes some little touch ups here and there are all you need to spruce up your humble abode. >>

Engagement: 6.8k

6) Bold is bold but sometimes simplicity works just fine. >>

Engagement: 6.8k

5) The earth tones of this flat give off a subdued but irresistible force that draws your eyes to take a closer inspection. You will soon realize that there’s nothing exaggerated about it. And that’s exactly the whole point…except perhaps that nifty TV wall that swivels! >>

Engagement: 8.1k

4) Jackson, one of our senior designers, is both the homeowner and the designer responsible in renovating this resale HDB flat. Would you believe it’s 40 years old? Look how it is today! >>

Engagement: 8.2k

3) Simplicity with a statement. This is our latest proposed 3D design for a DBSS unit in Yishun. >>

Engagement: 10k

2) Light and airy yet sophisticated. Our latest proposed 3D design where its HDB characteristics are almost completely absent. >>

Engagement: 10.2k

1) You’d think an HDB can’t look THIS GOOD that even without furnishings, you can’t help but get drawn to it and wish it was your house! >>

Engagement: 32.8k