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A Clean and Crisp Look for a Three-Storey Townhouse

Inspired by a well-loved Japanese store, this once bare space now has a contemporary minimalist design

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Interior Designer: Gwen Dy

A newly turned over house is like a blank canvas that’s waiting to be painted. While some find it exciting to complete the home with furniture and accessories, there are a few who can’t seem to finalize the look and style they want.

For the owners of this 300sqm house, one thing’s for sure—they want their home to “exude a Muji vibe.” With the help of interior designer Gwen Dy, this vision was turned into reality. Each area has a bright and spacious feel, with well-thought-out furniture and décor that help create a seamless look.

Ready for your own makeover? Contact interior designer Gwen Dy at (0922) 898-9979. To see more of her projects, visit stylingbygwen.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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