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The open roof terrace in this house gives the family unfettered views of the neighbourhood and of the Ang Mo Kio Town Garden Hill nearby.
The vivacious furnishings of the home are mostly from Bangkok and Bali, purchased on impulse during the homeowners’ holidays.
The scarred wooden table is bought from a defunct crocodile farm and holds a prominent position in the living room.
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Designed by The Orange Cube, a white and wood palette was chosen for the design of this spacious home.
These homeowners had grand plans for their small home in Ang Mo Kio to be a cosy nest for two in the classical European style.
The homeowners — a couple — worked with their designer from Distinctidentity to create a cosy, charming space which features rustic English countryside influences and a touch of local nostalgia.
The raw brick wall and uneven wood grain of the wardrobe panelling lend the bedroom an earthy, rustic feel.
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Eschewing the common practice of modernising the old, film-maker Daniel Yun chose instead to pay tribute to the time his Housing Board flat was built - the 1980s. The 1,500 sq ft flat in Ang Mo Kio is kitted out with fixtures and fittings from that era.
A complete renovation turned this stuffy 30-year-old three-room flat into a relaxed home for its new owners.
Of course, how can we forget this:
Combining two adjoining three-room HDB flats, this stylish supersized home is a dream for many!