WARM AND SUBDUED
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