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The renovation took five months, with a cost of $100,000 – and it wasn’t all smooth sailing. “The first contractor absconded with Pat’s money two months into the renovation,” Tay says. Law accounts for about $40,000 lost due to the missing contractor.“The next three months were spent picking up where the former contractor left off, with Christmas and Lunar New Year breaks in between,” says Tay. “I’d like to credit our lifesaving contractor, Skeel Solutions.”In the end, Law’s quite happy with the results. She says: “I lucked out with Abigael, to be honest. I think, when it comes to picking an interior design firm for one’s home, it’s extremely important to know thyself. Don’t buy a guard dog and then bark yourself, as I’d say.” Proving her point (and social media prowess), Law’s post of her home continues to rack up followers. “I’m stoked specifically because of the recognition Abigael and her team at Obllique are getting. For all her awesomeness, she remains so down-to-earth and humble. I’m not sure what she plans to do with her 9,200 fans but I’m guessing she’d need to start putting up hipster photos soon,” Law says.See more of this projectTELL USWhat do you like about this home? Let us know in the Comments section.