Flat Gutted to Give Kowloon Couple and Adult Son Privacy

The 1,600 sq ft apartment in Kowloon station originally had a lot of doors and a corridor at the back of the living area, which meant there was hardly any room for a sofa. We took them all out and combined two of the three original bedrooms to create one master bedroom, with a small office and en-suite bathroom. The apartment is designed with clean lines and a simple color palette, while wood is used extensively to foster a welcoming warmth in the home.
The living room features the Cor sofa from Leicht, side table with shelving from Bals Tokyo, rug was from Francfranc and a daybed sofa from Aluminium.

Modern Family Abode​

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Scandinavian Home Design​

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Clifton’s designs don’t date. He is an expert in making a space feel roomy and peaceful in an understated, timeless way. It’s what I like most about our apartment.”
Kevin Cheung
The Waterfront

The aim was to create a calm and relax­ing family ambience, so we kept the colours simple, using a light-toned palette of beige, cream and white and an abun­dance of natural wood. This allows the couple to keep the look clean and calm or jazz it up as and when they like with coloured art and accessories.