Putting personality on display in DBSS flat

Conceived as a cave that has a pinkish stucco wall and ceiling, this area has a nook to accommodate Mr Leon Luo and Ms Gwen Chiong's collections. PHOTO: FREE SPACE INTENT
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SINGAPORE – As an interior designer, Mr Leon Luo knows how to design a home that looks sleek and modern. However, his own home is anything but.

“It is nice to have a home that looks like a showroom, but it would not reflect our personality,” says the 39-year-old designer, who lives in a five-room Housing Board Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) flat with his wife Gwen Chiong, 38.

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