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Secondhand furniture which the couple bought over the years.

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Left: Vintage lamp and side table. Right: Mementos from Sydney.

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DTILE tiles for the bathroom.

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The spacious stainless steel kitchen which also hides the laundry area on the side.

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Left: Safety glass was used for the bedroom door. Right: Shelves in tight corners create storage space.

Retro Rock

A nostalgia-loving couple fills their apartment with pre-owned furniture from the 50s and 60s
Jan 11, 2019 5:50 AM

When Ping Tay appointed interior designer Mikael Teh of Monocot Studio to design her apartment near Little India, she presented him with a 30-page brief, detailing the colours, materials and fittings that she wanted, right down to meticulous hand-drawn illustrations.

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