Family home becomes timeless living space in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels through use of natural light, hidden storage, bespoke furniture and curved corners

//Family home becomes timeless living space in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels through use of natural light, hidden storage, bespoke furniture and curved corners

Family home becomes timeless living space in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels through use of natural light, hidden storage, bespoke furniture and curved corners

Although an exciting process, renovating a property takes time and energy. However, in mid-2019, soon after building a holiday home from scratch in Niseko, Japan, Hong Kong couple Jonathan and Elizabeth Li started revamping their three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in Mid-Levels on Hong Kong Island.Instead of opting for an easy, cookie-cutter approach, they went off piste as far as their own style was concerned, undeterred by the myriad design decisions they would have to make all over again…

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