Small modern apartment in Hong Kong with all comfort and storage space

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 30 December 2020 – Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in the world with a small land and a large population. It can be said to be “diamonds in every inch of land”. Therefore, residences are also striving to be small and elegant. The designers of the “Carol Interior Design” decoration company with the integration ability has perfectly created the home decoration space that the owner dreams of.

 

In a limited space, whether it is a mosquito-shaped mansion or a short-term rental dwelling, you need a desk to work, a bed to sleep, and a cupboard to place items. So many furniture are crowded in a small space. Is there enough living space? The use of multifunctional transforming furniture is becoming more and more popular. In the design of Hong Kong dwellings, the provincial interior design is the primary focus. The use of multi-functional transforming furniture allows you to arrange the space in one step. It does not require major construction work to improve the efficiency of space use.

 

Multifunctional furniture includes different furniture such as transforming bed, sofa bed, transforming dining table, transforming bookcase bed, transforming wardrobe bed, transforming

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How designer Tina Norden gave Feast restaurant at East Hong Kong an interior revamp for the times



a group of people that are set up on a dining room table: The revamped Feast restaurant at East Hong Kong. Photo: Handout


The revamped Feast restaurant at East Hong Kong. Photo: Handout

Interpretation

“The brief was to take the best bits of Feast and then marry in some of the functions that were maybe lacking previously. Although Feast was modern when it opened, there’s now a lot more demand for a type of shared workspace. Adding Domain, a cafe, would give guests a more casual food option, somewhere that would serve people through the day.

“Chef Mark Percy wanted to keep the semi-buffet but was keen to open up the kitchen more, to take it out from behind the glass wall and make it more lively and engaging. All of these elements had to be layered into the existing space.

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“We thought about the gradation of materiality. We wanted the restaurant tones to be darker, warmer and more cosseting so it’s much, much richer on that side, while on the Domain side, which is more of an approachable, interactive daytime space – with cakes and coffees and bread being baked – it’s much brighter with lighter colours.

“The idea was to always have the

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Small modern apartment in Hong Kong with all comfort and storage space – “Carol Interior Design”, Business News

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 30 December 2020 – Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities in the world with a small land and a large population. It can be said to be “diamonds in every inch of land”. Therefore, residences are also striving to be small and elegant. The designers of the “Carol Interior Design” decoration company with the integration ability has perfectly created the home decoration space that the owner dreams of.

In a limited space, whether it is a mosquito-shaped mansion or a short-term rental dwelling, you need a desk to work, a bed to sleep, and a cupboard to place items. So many furniture are crowded in a small space. Is there enough living space? The use of multifunctional transforming furniture is becoming more and more popular. In the design of Hong Kong dwellings, the provincial interior design is the primary focus. The use of multi-functional transforming furniture allows you to arrange the space in one step. It does not require major construction work to improve the efficiency of space use.

Multifunctional furniture includes different furniture such as transforming bed, sofa bed, transforming dining table, transforming bookcase bed, transforming wardrobe bed, transforming

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A Hong Kong interior designer transformed a couple’s rented apartment into a colourful, art-filled home



a view of a living room: Scott and Katie Evans’ flat on The Peak, designed by Ana Foster-Adams. Photography: Denice Hough


Scott and Katie Evans’ flat on The Peak, designed by Ana Foster-Adams. Photography: Denice Hough

Having lived in their 2,330 sq ft apartment on The Peak for a few months, Scott and Katie Evans felt it lacked a bit of oomph and turned to interior designer and stylist Ana Foster-Adams for help.

“Our friends thought we were completely insane for investing in a designer for a rental property but we wanted to make it feel more like a proper home,” says Katie, who has been in Hong Kong for more than a decade and works in finance.

A Covid-19-friendly Zoom tour of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom flat reveals a space that is bursting with colour and covetable furniture, proving that living in a rented apartment doesn’t have to mean making do. Built up over the years in the hope that they would one day live somewhere large enough to install it all, the Evans’ vibrant collection of contemporary art and sculpture gave Foster-Adams an inspiring starting point and set the narrative in terms of colour.

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“I’m very client-led in that I like a

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