An apartment gets an upgrade with small, simple gestures that keep things subtle and understated.
22 May 2012
Oftentimes, homes are less in need of major overhauls than they are of tweaks that help enhance what is already in place. For this three-bedroom apartment at One Amber condominium, all that was needed was a bit of spatial reorganisation and detailing to turn it into a home that would suit the family of three for years to come.
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