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The cabinet that you have now is a quite cluttered
The wall is a bit empty
The sofa is nice, cushion can be changed
Design elements and alternatives
Here is our suggestions:
A sideboard would help to declutter the space
Some wall art/ decoration would make your space less plain
An area rug to give a pop of colour to the space
Some accent pillows would be nice to tie in all the colours in the living room together
ABOUT THE CUSTOMER
Cristy and her family moved from Mid-levels into this standalone villa in Pok Fu Lam. It was a wonderful home with an interesting history. The house was at once grand and impressive, yet did not feel cold with all the beautiful detailing. When styling on-site, we had to keep reminding ourselves that we were, in fact, still in Hong Kong.
Place: A historic villa in Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong.
Style: Eclectic yet comfortable, bold yet inviting.
arriving at the villa
the living space
Mixing old with the new
"This unique Victorian house in Hong Kong full of history enabled us to mix the old with the new. The spacious living room with an exceptionally high ceiling allowed us to add a dramatic pendant as the feature piece in the space and to gather people around the living room." - Fion
An Arrestingly beautiful place to dine
"Cristy had collected some unique furniture pieces along the way. With the existing dining table that she had, we added pops of colours to the rest of the dining room to make for a striking space striking for entertaining." - Fion
wake up in awe
"The bedroom was an incredible and large space, and we wanted to maintain the spaciousness of the room while also sectioning them purposefully. First, we created the bed area to be enveloped by two beautiful floor lamps, a focal-point art piece, and under moon-like pendants that weren't too heavy. To the side we created a visually interesting and relaxed low seating area for those wind-down chats before bed by the beautiful balcony door." - Fion
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