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White walls and furniture with clean lines are the key features of this residence.

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A painting depicting a wintry scene.

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A seamless blend of the indoors and outdoors.

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Calvin Chan and Zoe Luo in the hygge home.

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The light woods contrast with the black framed door for a chic look.

Hygge House

This Scandinavian-inspired home gives its residents feelings of wellness and contentment
Feb 9, 2018 5:50 AM

IF NOT FOR THE TROPICAL PLANTS outside Calvin Chan and Zoe Luo's home, this four-storey house, part of a cluster housing development in Bukit Timah, may well have been in Copenhagen, Sweden or Oslo.

There are white-washed walls, light wood panelling and shelves, with several pieces of

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