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A bedroom has been converted into a walk-in wardrobe and to display bags and shoes.

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Black and white floor tiles and light wood furniture create a Muji-like home.

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The customised toy wall in the living room is the first thing that visitors see

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The dining area where guests hang out. photo by Yen Meng Jiin

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Homeowners Patty Denjaruwong and Cheo Ming Shen.

Harmony of opposites

This couple had different ideas of what they wanted for their first home, but in the end they came to a stylish compromise
Mar 16, 2018 5:50 AM

When it came to the design of their home, social media entrepreneur Cheo Ming Shen and his fashion designer wife, Patty Denjaruwong, had very different preferences.

Ms Denjaruwong is enamoured of the clean, minimalist lines of a Muji home. On the other hand, her husband feels a house isn'

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