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But no; “I can’t stand those apartments that are so neat you feel scared to sit down or touch anything,” Ng says. “It’s important to me that my home is comfortable and that people feel welcome the minute they step inside.”
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She also enlisted the help of Christie Simpson, a fashion and interiors stylist, and creative director of homeware store iDecorate, to help her visualise where and how to place everything.
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it is important to have a home that is an extension of your personality.”
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Continuing the theme of green are Ng’s myriad plants. While she didn’t want blinds or curtains in the dining area, she also was averse to undressed windows. The solution was to hang plants from the curtain rail.
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Kitchen
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Bedroom
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Study area
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