The average unit size in Hong Kong is not large. Whether you will buy a 200-foot dwelling or a 2,000-foot detached house in the future, you will want the decoration and design to be neat and tidy, and the home looks comfortable and spacious. How to plan the home to increase the sense of space in the unit? Designer Leo Tam is good at matching colors according to the guests' preferences, and adding some technical changes to make the unit more space-like.
Leo's case this time uses a warm, soft and romantic gray-pink theme to transform the residence into a private check-in location.
Due to the limited area, in order to expand the space, Leo thought of changing the open kitchen to the doorway, cleverly separating the kitchen and the living room, but also adding a visual sense of space. Sitting on the side of the sofa, you can also see the people who cook, making the relationship closer!
The original kitchen has been changed to a wardrobe, which allows the owner to have more storage rooms, especially the piles of clothes for girls. The closet is connected to the workbench, and the bed constitutes the space of the master room. Coupled with the design of the floor, it can be used to distinguish the space without the seemingly narrow gap between the door and the wall.
The use of glass allows light from different angles to be fully projected into the house, and it can double the sense of space in the living room and room.
On Sunday afternoon, the sun went into the pink cabin, and then lay on the bed and watched the TV in the living room for a while, and then looked out the window. It is so happy to be able to enjoy the lazy moment like this!
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The case provides:Leo Tam
(Written by: Asher Cheung)