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5 Things to Love About Lyn Ching’s Inviting Family Home

Every corner of this space spells cozy and welcoming

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Photography: Jun Pinzon

It’s always a treat to take a peek inside spacious family homes made more special with curated décor and unique ambiance. Take for example the home that broadcast journalist Lyn Ching shares with her husband and children. It’s a tropical retreat completed with jalousie windows, a sweeping staircase, and a cozy gazebo, to boot! To inspire you to build your own dream family home, here are some of the things we loved in this property:

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