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Winnie Chan and James Quan designed their own home.

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Nature’s Spell, a commissioned piece by Australian abstract artist Amber Gittins.

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(Left) The staircase gets jazzed up with an art piece by Lavender Chang and a mirror by Ministry of Design. (Right) Perfect Stranger by Dawn Ng on display in a bedroom.

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A light palette for the bedroom.

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Large windows allow plenty of natural light into the home, while the plants add touches of green.

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Display trays from Hay.

Tropical Zen

The buzz of city life disappears once you enter the calming zone of this downtown apartment.
Sep 13, 2019 5:50 AM

WINNIE CHAN AND James Quan both grew up and lived in the Thomson area for many years, and never thought they would one day move out of their familiar neighbourhood.

But an irresistible price for their Upper Thomson home made the decision for them, as they felt the time was right to get a

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