A STUN­NING OUT­COME

Great things can be ac­com­plished when there’s plenty of trust be­tween the home­own­ers and their in­te­rior de­signer. DOMENICA TAN speaks to the own­ers of this classy four-bed­room con­do­minium apartment and finds out more about the jour­ney that led to this loo

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Great things can be ac­com­plished when there’s plenty of trust be­tween the home­own­ers and their in­te­rior de­signer.

Home for this fam­ily of three means neu­tral colours and a space with a warm, cosy am­bi­ence. With rec­om­men­da­tion from a rel­a­tive, home­own­ers Michael and Stella Ling (pic­tured) sought the help of hus­band-and-wife duo Yeo See Wee and J. J. Yip of Wee Stu­dio.

“Michael and Stella gave us lots of free rein in the de­sign of their home. They were overseas dur­ing the ren­o­va­tion process and trusted us with the de­sign en­tirely. We were also mind­ful of their ap­pre­ci­a­tion for de­signer fur­ni­ture, which they wanted to in­clude through­out their home,” shares See Wee.

To cre­ate a lux­u­ri­ous, ho­tel-in­spired look, wood pan­ellings were used as wall de­tail and to cam­ou­flage stor­age cab­i­netry. As part of the $200,000 ren­o­va­tion ( in­clud­ing fur­ni­ture and fur­nish­ings), the de­sign­ers cus­tomised pieces, such as the din­ing ta­ble and sofa, to fit the ex­ist­ing lay­out of the home, as well as to com­ple­ment fix­tures and ac­ces­sories from de­signer brands like Knoll and Lightyears.

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