A Singapore home where Chinese elements combine with luxury hotel vibes

A Singapore home where Chinese elements combine with luxury hotel vibes

8/5/2021 1:45:00 AM

A Singapore home where Chinese elements combine with luxury hotel vibes

In this 7,500 sq ft multigenerational family home, interior designer Wilma Wu introduces traditional Chinese motifs alongside accents from upscale hotels like the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo and Park Hyatt Milan.

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