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House Tour: Daniel Boey's super stylish three-storey semi-detached house

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Innovative, daring and cutting-edge, Daniel Boey has been at the forefront of the Singapore fashion scene for decades – and he uses these same qualities to create his extraordinary home. 

His home is a visual feast of the beautiful, quirky and luxurious.  
 

Daniel dislikes clutter and keeps his living space sparse. The sputnik lamps were bought for a fashion event, while the painting is by Indonesian artist Dani King Herianto. 

His room is actually in the basement – spacious and private, he refers to it as his “man cave”. 

The chilli-red study area in the basement is adjacent to Daniel’s bedroom. He worked with Nippon Paint for the paint colours used throughout the house. 

The third and top level of the house is flooded with light – illuminating the fabulous yellow walls. When the windows are open, a breeze circulates through this space. 

Daniel was inspired by the look of black- and-white colonial houses for the exterior of his house, but he wanted it to have a contemporary twist.