“Chew Interior Design– it’s a name you can trust,”
With a vision to transform the Singapore Interior Design industry, Chew Interior Design was founded in 1999. From our humble beginnings, we have grown to be a ‘household’ name in the hearts and minds of Singapore’s urbanites and professionals – blooming into an 80-strong interior design firm that handles a slew of local, regional and international projects.
With its decade long experience, Chew Interior specialises in residential projects that accommodate HDB flats, private apartments, condominiums and landed properties. Our stable of employees includes sales and design specialists – all sharing a common passion to transform homes into exquisite interiors. Our in-depth knowledge of current and future trends are displayed in each of our 20, 000 sq. ft galleries, impressive emporiums of beautiful and inspirational design ideas located on the eastern and western corners of Singapore. On the corporate front, Chew Interior also matches business ambience with functional practicality – building interiors for businesses to match their brand image. Our project management portfolio ranges from commercial malls, restaurants, medical centres, the education sector, offices, retail outlets, salons, beauty spas etc.
Chew Interior Design is accredited by a number of Interior Renovation Associations for good governance and good management in Renovation and Design industries.
BCA Contractor License
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) is an agency under the Ministry of National Development, championing the development of an excellent built environment for Singapore. “Built environment” refers to buildings, structures and infrastructure in our surroundings that provide the setting for the community’s activities.
CASE TRUST Certification
Case Trust Certification is awarded on the basis of meeting CASE’s stringent criteria on quality workmanship, good governance and reliable after-sales customer services.
One of the RADAC’s objectives is to codify the highest standards of conduct and practice in the Trade into a Renovation and Decoration Code of Practice for Observance by Associate Members and registered Trade Bodies.