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JC Vision completes home interior for family of six

by Sophie Cullen on Sep 7, 2016 in Interiors
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Hong Kong-based interior design firm JC Vision has recently completed a home for a family of six in Mid-Levels

The family, that includes twin boys and a husky, wanted plenty of space for entertaining family and friends in the 2,500 sq-ft home. With a penchant for clean and modern French design, JC Vision set out to create a space that would accommodate all members of the family and the couples’ love for books.

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When designing the new look, there were some major challenges to be overcome, particularly the fact that the circular building made layout arrangements difficult. On top of this, most of the walls already in the property were structural, so therefore could not be removed. Despite this, the firm was able to increase closet space from just 13 feet to 36 feet and Master bathroom space from just 80 sq-ft to 140 sq-ft.

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Parquet flooring was used throughout the house with a hexagonal marble mosaic option being chosen for the bathrooms. A full height round bookcase was included to house the extensive book collection that the couple owns. Other features of the home include: faux distressed mirrors; sash curtains for french windows; a hand-forged bronze chair and a fresco created especially for the family by the designer.

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