Flavia Markovits added soft furnishings, decorative items and artwork to pull a family flat in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels together. Styling by Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang
Flavia Markovits added soft furnishings, decorative items and artwork to pull a family flat in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels together. Styling by Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang

Art, storage and ‘obvious’ tweaks make family apartment in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels a ‘joyous and organised home’

  • The demands of full-time work, children and moving from Singapore to Hong Kong meant this family was too busy to give their new home the TLC it needed
  • Working predominantly with what the family had, interior designer and stylist Flavia Markovits helped transform the 1,470 sq ft apartment into a ‘joyous’ space

Flavia Markovits added soft furnishings, decorative items and artwork to pull a family flat in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels together. Styling by Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang
Flavia Markovits added soft furnishings, decorative items and artwork to pull a family flat in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels together. Styling by Flavia Markovits. Photography: John Butlin. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang
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