This home in Seremban is filled with classic memorabilia


Ridzwan and his family at their home, Teratak Ana, which is filled with more than 800 hundred items bought from antique shops, flea markets and other collectors. — Bernama

Classic, unique and vintage are words that come to mind when describing the single-storey terrace house named “Teratak Ana” belonging to Ridzwan Darus, in Seremban, Negri Sembilan.

This is because hundreds of old and used items including copper irons, crockery, telephones and collections of currency adorn the rooms of the house. As you step into the building, your eyes are automatically drawn to some large jars that are used as decorations, as well as an old sewing machine that has been converted into a table.

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