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Punc­tu­at­ing the liv­ing room are a Turk­ish rug and cof­fee ta­ble from TREE, Opart plaid and cube sculp­ture from BoCon­cept, as well as Dorothy wool felt cush­ions from White Con­tem­po­rary Home­wares. A dip­tych by the mother-in-law graces the din­ing area. Place­mats and dessert plates avail­able from White Con­tem­po­rary Home­wares.


客廳放有TREE的Turk­ish地毯與咖啡桌、BoCon­cep­t的O­part被子和方格雕塑、White Con­tem­po­rary Home­wares的Dorothy羊毛織物墊子。岳母的雙連畫讓飯廳起畫龍點睛之妙。餐墊和甜品碟於White Con­tem­po­rary Home­wares有售。

Milk and cook­ies, Bat­man and Robin, Net­flix and chill­ing: some things in life are just bet­ter to­gether than apart. The same is true for Max and Michelle Che­ung, a mar­ried cou­ple tasked with the project of re­fur­bish­ing their 770sqft home in Tai Hang.

Though nei­ther of them are de­sign­ers, the duo joined creative forces on their home, en­list­ing only a con­trac­tor to help ex­e­cute their vi­sion – to ex­quis­ite re­sults, meld­ing to­gether clas­sic de­tails with modern touches.

As self-con­fessed home­bod­ies – “we are def­i­nitely a cou­ple that likes to stay in,” says Michelle – it was im­por­tant for them that their abode be spa­cious and stor­age-smart. “We ac­tively took de­ci­sions to ar­ti­fi­cially ex­pand our space,” she ex­plains, un­pack­ing the changes made to the orig­i­nal floor plan: adding a guest bath­room, knock­ing down walls to en­large the mas­ter bath­room, shift­ing a wall to make room for a shoe cup­board, con­vert­ing the kitchen lay­out to an 'L' shape, and cre­at­ing space for a stor­age closet, the wash­ing ma­chine and dryer.

Blue and grey hues, an­other pref­er­ence they shared, were brought to life in the liv­ing room through a state­ment dou­ble-panel art­work pur­chased in Van­cou­ver. “We knew we had to take

牛奶與曲奇、蝙蝠俠與羅賓、Net­flix與悠閒假日:人生中有些人與事定要成雙成對才算圓滿。Max和Michelle Che­ung夫婦屬又一力證。二人互相補足、大展創意天賦合力翻新770平方呎的大坑家園。



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