Renozone Interior Design House shows that with careful planning and out-of-the-box thinking small homes can create new additional spaces
18 May 2012
There is comfort in status quo. However, to remain in a state without change can also be a sign of complacency. While it can be difficult and worrisome to change to new ways, the likes of this 20-year-old 3-room HDB flat proves that embarking on an overhaul can lead to good things. In this case, the success is credited to Renozone Interior Design.
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