One Chair, Sixteen Seats

Categories: Suggestions | November 19th, 2014 | by Yra | no comments


There’s a good chance you’ve seen it on YouTube before. FlexibleLove takes the loveseat to the next level. No more borrowing chairs from your neighbor when expecting guests. Save space and save the planet. Seat up to 16 people with the honeycomb structure made from recycled materials. Don’t want to move your stuff around? You can curve FlexibleLove into a U, L, C, S, or O-shaped wonder. Storage is a breeze because you can simply collapse the chair. It weighs 25 kg, so you might need a bit of help. FlexibleLove also comes in 12- and 8-seaters. FlexibleLove Mini, a 25:1 scale model, is also popular.

Rent or Buy a Condo?

Categories: Helpful Tips | November 12th, 2014 | by Carlo | no comments

There are pros and cons in buying and renting a condo. Before deciding whether which among the two you would choose, try weighing things first. It is important to consider every aspect of the buy and rent decisions. It doesnt feel good if you would regret your choice in the end.

First and foremost, you must asses your budget. It is the most important part of the decision. Evaluate your current situation whether you where you can spend less considering long term.


Check this site for you to be assisted in deciding what to choose and what to weigh:

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Take a Risk (Part 1)

Categories: Helpful Tips | November 5th, 2014 | by mctreve | no comments


I want to design my own home someday. I want to use my creative skills in it. But somehow, I am afraid of the outcome if I, personally, would do the styling and decorating.

I once have painted my own room using my own imaginative ideas. I used acrylic paints to color my wall. At first, of course I was afraid to paint it by myself because I am no professional painter or artist. It is a big risk for me. It is like, one stroke would be the deciding factor whether my room would have a beautiful outcome or not.


Categories: Thoughts on Classy Condominiums | October 29th, 2014 | by mctreve | no comments


For a lot of upscale socialites, a classy condo is a must-have for the preservation of their status. The right address can do wonders for one’s social life in these circles. Having a pricey and elegant crib speaks loads about the person who resides there. And for status-conscious people, the perfect place is as much a way of life as the extravagant spending, the pampered toy pooches and the expensive clothe sand jewelries. What could be better than coming home from a day full of splurging and partying? A classy condo is a statement, not merely for utility, but mainly for show.

Would You Like A Coffee Table With That?

Categories: Information | October 22nd, 2014 | by Yra | no comments


Danish furniture chain BoConcept has an interesting marketing strategy: selling coffee tables by talking about coffee. And why not, if that’s what it’s really for? Drop by their website and learn how to make frappe, macchiato, cappuccino, espresso, caffe latte and green tea. While you’re at it, see their sleek, minimalist coffee tables from $199 to $949, all at 20% off until June 15th. You can also create a customized coffee table in a range of tabletops in different sizes, surfaces from white lacquer to brushed steel, and legs in various designs and heights. We smell Scandinavian design a-brewing.

Benefits of Owning a Second Home

Categories: Thoughts on Classy Condominiums | October 15th, 2014 | by Carlo | no comments


            Whether it’s a vacation home or a rental property, a second home can offer you as many advantages as your primary resident. If you are looking for a home besides home where you can relax and enjoy your time with your family then one of your best choices, a condo unit in lakefront. After the hustle of your daily life at work you know that you have a place where you can retreat with your family.

What’s even more exciting than this is that a second home investment can be very financially rewarding with tax deductible interest, real estate appreciation, and potential rental income. While you are back at work, you can have your condo unit rented. But before buying anything, make sure that you understand the tax implications of a second home.

Have Heard of Classy Cat Kitty Condos?

Categories: Classy Condo Info | October 8th, 2014 | by mctreve | no comments


While I was browsing through the internet about classy condominiums, I found a site which says, Classy Kitty Cat Condo. At first I didn’t get the point. So I browse the reviews and they said it all. Classy Kitty Cat Condo is a classy condominium for cats. Yes, there is a condo for cats! I really appreciate those cat owners who would spend a lot of money for this. It’s funny though, but I think it is a great thing to have this for your pet cats. If people feel comfortable living in a classy condo, I know cats too!

Decorative Window Tints

Categories: Classy Condo Info, Helpful Tips, Suggestions | October 1st, 2014 | by Carlo | no comments

decortintsWindow films come in many shapes and sizes and they allows one to attain a more decorative look making them serve two purposes, for beauty and practicality. They come in a variety of designs that can even be mixed and matched, should you unleash your inner design talents. A child’s room can take on a fairytale look or whatever designs in the form of cartoon characters or more educational ones that makes the glass take on the role of a doodle board. Square off an area for them to doodle on, and don’t worry about clean-up for glass is easily cleaned with commercial cleaners. Continue Reading »

Pros in Condos (Part 1)

Categories: Classy Condo Info, Thoughts on Classy Condominiums | September 24th, 2014 | by mctreve | no comments


Why own a condo? For those who are just starting a family, who are enjoying being a single and independent, who are workaholics, then I tell you, decide to own one. If what I mentioned applies to your present situation, I think it is better for you to own a condominium than a house. First of all, it is cheaper, easy to maintain and organize, less repairs, and very tenant-friendly. This is a good start for you who would want to own a house in the future. It is already your advantage because you will be aware of the important stuff about living in your own place.

Choosing Furniture

Categories: Helpful Tips | September 17th, 2014 | by Kitch | no comments

The size of your home doesn’t determine how classy it is. A small place can easily be transformed into a classy abode as long as you know how to maximize the space and how to choose the right furniture. When living in a condo, a common dilemma is that the living space doesn’t meet the space requirement. So if you find yourself in the middle of the same problem, here are some easy steps to take to make your living space not just livable but also something to be proud of.

The first step is to study your floor plan and choose the key areas where you will place your important furniture such as the bed, the couch and dining table. Now if you are moving to a new space with no furniture, shop around for pieces that can serve dual purpose. A popular example for this is a couch that transforms into a bed. When living alone or no more than two people, go for small pieces. A small table for the dining is much better. Also consider the color, go for lighter colors because lighter shades make the space look bigger.

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