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Thank you for the confirmation of the fan lights. I am using a LED ceiling light in my current room, which happens to be the same size as the living room in the 2 room BTO (45sqm). I too find it super bright. Glad to know that there are 3 adjustable light settings in the KDK fan.

One more question, I realize that your layout does not allow for a  convenient location (ie, behind the door or at some unused corner near the main door) to place a shoe rack in the living room. Is your shoe storage in the storage cabinets built along the bathroom/living room wall as pictured below?

Thank you for being active here and still answering questions 4 yrs on!

On 2/29/2016 at 5:00 PM, andotang said:

Before and After - Part 3

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On 9/12/2020 at 10:17 AM, apperceive said:

Thank you for the confirmation of the fan lights. I am using a LED ceiling light in my current room, which happens to be the same size as the living room in the 2 room BTO (45sqm). I too find it super bright. Glad to know that there are 3 adjustable light settings in the KDK fan.

One more question, I realize that your layout does not allow for a  convenient location (ie, behind the door or at some unused corner near the main door) to place a shoe rack in the living room. Is your shoe storage in the storage cabinets built along the bathroom/living room wall as pictured below?

Thank you for being active here and still answering questions 4 yrs on!

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You are right that i design the bottom part of that cabinet to store our shoes thus the 5 tier shelving but end up didn't keep any shoes in there as got a lot of other stuff to keep so that cabinet ended up as storage space for all other stuff as that cabinet is the only space we can keep stuff. I also design the rack in the bomb shelter to be a shoes rack to keep our shoes in boxes and filled the rack with many pairs of shoes. I have a shoes rack outside my main door for common use slipper. My daily wearing shoes is kept under that cabinet u mentioned which is why i leave a space at the bottom. I also keep some slipper below my kitchen windows.  My only advice to you is beware of dust, it is my biggest enemy. My place is windy and the amount of dust that comes into the house even though all my windows is shut 98% of the time. The dust goes into your aircon, your computer, your cabinet. So plan whether you are gonna keep windows opened a lot then you have to keep minimum item in your house that attract dust. Keep every surface easy for cleaning the dust in the air.

 

 

 

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On 9/14/2020 at 4:36 AM, andotang said:

My only advice to you is beware of dust, it is my biggest enemy. My place is windy and the amount of dust that comes into the house even though all my windows is shut 98% of the time. The dust goes into your aircon, your computer, your cabinet. So plan whether you are gonna keep windows opened a lot then you have to keep minimum item in your house that attract dust. Keep every surface easy for cleaning the dust in the air.

Thank you for the advice. Regarding the dust situation, I wonder if it is due to ongoing construction near your place or are you situated near some busy roads perhaps? Or is this situation peculiar to high rise windy apartments? Anyway, I will be opting for mostly closed cabinets and minimal glass/window surfaces for easy cleaning.

 

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On 9/14/2020 at 4:36 AM, andotang said:

You are right that i design the bottom part of that cabinet to store our shoes thus the 5 tier shelving but end up didn't keep any shoes in there as got a lot of other stuff to keep so that cabinet ended up as storage space for all other stuff as that cabinet is the only space we can keep stuff. I also design the rack in the bomb shelter to be a shoes rack to keep our shoes in boxes and filled the rack with many pairs of shoes. I have a shoes rack outside my main door for common use slipper. My daily wearing shoes is kept under that cabinet u mentioned which is why i leave a space at the bottom. I also keep some slipper below my kitchen windows.  My only advice to you is beware of dust, it is my biggest enemy. My place is windy and the amount of dust that comes into the house even though all my windows is shut 98% of the time. The dust goes into your aircon, your computer, your cabinet. So plan whether you are gonna keep windows opened a lot then you have to keep minimum item in your house that attract dust. Keep every surface easy for cleaning the dust in the air.

I am willing to take the dust with your view and wind man!

 

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