A large, stately house offers leeway for generous sweeping gestures for a household of five
1 July 2013
Taking the renovation of what one might readily call a mansion is no mean feat. Apart from the obvious additional space to consider and design, organising a large home so that it doesn’t leave one feeling cold and detached is also one of the major challenges with such a project.
The original layout of this bungalow was not ideal as walls hampered movement and made the house feel smaller than it actually is. The interior designers from Ciseern made the decision to reposition most of the non-structural walls to create more open and airier spaces. As a result this luxurious landed home now boasts rooms that cater to the homeowners’ specific needs.
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