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A metal sliding door hides the bedroom.

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Natural light fills the dining area.

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Plywood planks adds to the home's raw appeal.

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The basin appears to float in the bathroom.

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Unconventional items in the bedroom.

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The kitchen is streamlined but spacious.

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By sticking with two colours, the kitchen appears more spacious.

Raw Appeal

Stripped of unnecessary details, the use of bare materials allows this flat's assets to shine in all their naked glory
May 27, 2017 5:50 AM

Herbin and Sharon Chia have been telling friends that their 10-year-old flat has just been renovated, but when eager friends come over to visit, they find themselves in a bit of a diplomatic quandary. Did they hear correctly? Why are they being invited to a home that appears to be still under

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