Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim
Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim

How an interior designer turned a rental into a ‘proper’ home filled with natural materials and timeless ‘forever’ pieces for a Hong Kong family

  • Jules and Miles Richardson had initially thought they’d be in Hong Kong for only a few years and had opted for a temporary fix when furnishing their home
  • After more than 10 years in the city, they decided it was time to invest in some ‘forever’ pieces and asked Christine Ritter to give their new home a makeover

Topic |   Architecture and design
Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim
Christine Ritter turned a rental property in Pok Fu Lam into a family’s “proper” home, using a design scheme with a hint of African safari about it and incorporating an abundance of natural materials. Photo: Justin Lim
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