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This 85sqm Condo Filled With Color And Art Is Like A Grownup’s Playground

A designer takes on a playful approach when decorating this three-bedroom condo

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Photography: KNQ Associates for Houzz

When the time came to design his own condo unit, Stan Tham of KNQ Associates had very specific concepts. “I wanted a place that would reflect my personality, and fit all the basic requirements and needs of my wife and myself. It should also be a place where I can store and display my collection of art, toys and books in a harmonious manner,” he says. With some ideas from his wife, he set out to design their ideal home.

Because they had purchased the condo before it was built, Tham was able to customize the unit’s layout. “I requested for the developer to make modifications by pushing back the wall to the second bedroom (the common bathroom used to be ensuite). There is also an original door that allows access from the living room into this same bathroom but it faces the main entrance. I had them remove that as well.”

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The renovation took approximately one month. Here are the tricks Tham did to create this fun and colorful 85sqm home.

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