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Luxury homes: a condo apartment built to accomodate an extensive toy collection

This dark-hued Beach Road apartment is lightened with artsy touches.

Real estate agent, Victor Seah, and his analyst wife, Joey Wong, initially purchased this 560 sq ft Beach Road condo apartment with the intention of renting it out. However, they both fell in love with the Kampong Glam neighbourhood and decided to make this their home. They moved in in mid-2019, after a three-month renovation period. However, they both fell in love with the Kampong Glam neighbourhood and decided to make this their home. They moved in in mid-2019, after a three-month renovation period.

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  • Luxury Condo Toy Collection

    Moving from a 1,400 sq ft maisonette, one can imagine the gargantuan task of creating sufficient storage within an apartment that is slightly more than a third of the maisonette’s floor area. It is like trying to fit the contents of a suitcase into a shoebox.
    Needless to say, this was one of the top priorities in their brief to Joey Khu, director of Joey Khu Interior Design Pte Ltd. One of the homegrown designer’s projects that were featured in Home and Decor first caught the couple’s eye. “We like his style and the way he mixes-and-matches various elements and colours. We also share similar tastes, including love for toys,” says Victor.

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Photography: Vee Chin Art / Direction: Kristy Quah

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.

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