8 gorgeous bungalow house designs that’ll make your jaw drop

Looking for inspiration for your bungalow house? Look no further than these Malaysian homes designed by local interior designers. Here are 8 stunning bungalow house ideas to inspire your next renovation project. 

Take a peek into these Malaysian bungalows and their beautiful architecture and interior design that will inspire you to renovate your own home. From understated opulence to minimalistic zen, these interior design ideas are great for any type of home, be it a bungalow, terrace, condominium, or even apartment.

1. Twin Palms

There’s something about this space that says “understated opulence is the new black”. We love how the home plays with bright and muted tones that pair perfectly with the elegant fixtures.

2. Horizon Hill

Even with its stunning garden, this bungalow makes you want to stay indoors with its comfy and cosy interior and enormous floor plans. Its minimalistic and zen décor speaks volumes.

3. Taman T.A.R.

This classic and country style home features gorgeous chandeliers, muted tones, and luxurious fixtures. Our favourite room in the house has to be the kitchen and its wooden cabinetry.

4. The Mansions

The standout feature of this bungalow is the fun usage of bold hues. Using minimalistic furniture, the interior designer added pops of bright colours throughout the home to add character.

5. The Straits View Residences

This house embodies modern design with its furnishing and fixtures. The use of greys and neutral tones plus the natural light that floods the home gives the interior an updated look.

6. Hillside Bungalow

A modern and contemporary bungalow like this one perfectly balances luxury and simplicity. With a heavily decorated living room, the interior designers curated a simple white dining room to tone done the space.

7. Alam Damai Bungalow

This Alam Damai home encapsulates the notion of the home as an escape from bustling city life. Its simple designs, play with colour, and choice of furniture all come together to create a great escape.

8. Setia Eco Park

This home uses warm and rich hues throughout the space for a homey and welcoming feel. The interior designer used various décor techniques to make the feature walls stand out; we especially love what they’ve done with the master bedroom.

This article was originally published as 8 Bungalows in Kuala Lumpur You Wish You Owned by atap.co written by Lydia Loshini.

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