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HOME / Local studio Bean Buro’s (@bean_buro) design of this Hong Kong penthouse is based on a system of ornamental screens that blur the boundaries between private and social spaces. Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui and Lorène Faure tell us about how their team drew inspiration from the home’s location on a historic street in Kowloon to create a series of public and private spaces⠀
As told to / Suzy Annetta (@suzyannetta)
Changing things up a bit! Added a little color to the dining room. I also updated the decor on the buffet. I’m a fan of odd numbers for styling. It feels symmetrical with the matching lamps and plants. I added a decanter set I bought for Mitchell a few years ago for our anniversary to get that odd number. Think groupings of 3 or 5 and then of course it’s the personal touches that make a house a home! These textured lamps from @target were only $22 + the shade. See the link in my profile for details! #thecaseycottage