Home Tour: Spoiltbytes

Bloesem Living | Yuhui's (@spoiltbytes) Home Tour

We’re celebrating creatives today, and the inspiring spaces they live in. In love with designing, the Singapore-based art director, Yuhui a.k.a Spoiltbytes, uses social media to showcase her calligraphy and design skills that we absolutely love. An avid traveler, she gives you glimpses into her many journeys through her website, sharing personal tips, reviews and her itinerary. Another highlight: Her minimalistic room. Her modern studio is filled with just the right amount of captivating trinkets, enough to brighten up the place but not too much that it seems cluttered.

Bloesem Living | Yuhui's (@spoiltbytes) Home Tour

Bloesem Living | Yuhui's (@spoiltbytes) Home Tour

Bloesem Living | Yuhui's (@spoiltbytes) Home Tour

Bloesem Living | Yuhui's (@spoiltbytes) Home Tour

.. Spoiltbytes

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