The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin
The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin

Redecorating her family’s rented house set Hongkonger on a new career as an interior designer

  • When Fé Valvekens and her family moved home in Stanley, it was the chance to implement lessons she had learned studying residential interior design
  • She gained a new appreciation of wallpaper and the use of textures, went back to school to learn more skills, and launched her own interior design business

Topic |   Hong Kong interior design
The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin
The decorative focal point of Fé Valvekens’ dining room in Stanley is its hand-painted wallpaper. Photo: John Butlin
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