With a thoughtful use of lighting and carefully curated furniture, this 1,000 sq ft Mid-Levels apartment with unsightly columns and beams is transformed into a cozy Scandinavian home with a Japanese touch. When you think of home interior design, one does not usually put Japanese and Nordic together. But Clifton was inspired by the compatibility of the two cultures, which both emphasise minimalist interior design to bring out this eye-catching fusion project. Earth tones reminiscent of Scandinavian design are used throughout the apartment, allowing it to look more spacious and comfortable. This Scandinavian home features sofa from Fritz Hansen, dining table from HAY, pendent lamps from Louis Poulsen and side table from Habitat.

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