An Introvert Renovates: How To Design An Introvert’s Home (Part 2) – Property Blog Singapore

I think I’ve been preparing for this my whole life. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been interested in interior design.

As a school kid, I remember eagerly awaiting the arrival of the yearly IKEA catalog in the mail. I played the life simulation computer game The Sims just so I could build and decorate houses for my characters to live in. My bedroom became a testbed for the latest interior design trends I could afford. Even now, my Netflix and YouTube staples are home makeovers and interior design shows.

I’ve also always been an introvert, meaning that I prefer environments that won’t overstimulate me. I like keeping my surroundings clean, tidy and organized, just so I’m immediately at ease.

When it finally came to design the interiors of my own home, I was pretty certain of what I wanted. You can check out my 30-page interior design brief, but I won’t be instructing you on how to recreate my specific interior design style, or any for that matter.