Looking for inspiration on how to style your condo or living space? I suggest you head out and check “Real Living Space”, a showcase of professionally design “showrooms” by Real Living magazine.
Real Living brings another inspiration in creating beautiful and practical homes with “Real Living Space”. Set against the cosmopolitan backdrop of New Manila in Quezon City and presented by Robinsons Residences and HardieFlex by JamesHardie, “Real Living Space” showcases the impressive work of nine designers who will style six spaces of The Magnolia Residences, including five one-bedroom condos. This will be open to the public from October 25 to 26.
Kuysen Enterprises, Whirlpool, Ace Hardware, Fujidenzo, ADA Aqua Design Amano, ELBA, BPI Family Bank, Nippon Paint, Hafele, AllHome, La Germania and Carrier are also sponsors for the “Real Living Space” event.
Interior designers Wilmer Lopez, Kristine Neri-Magturo, Hannah Acab-Faustino, John Vigilia, Kimi Manuel and Ayet San Jose, as well as stylists Charlene Carlos and Leona Panutat of L’Indochine, and Mark San Diego and YsaVillar of Edition Lifestyle, will work their magic in the various rooms that make up the six spaces with one goal in mind: to create a cohesive real living space that will inspire the weekend’s design-savvy event attendees.
Guests will even have an opportunity to purchase many of the featured products at exclusive discounts from the participating vendors.
These products will come from leading furniture and home accessories providers, including ARQ Soft Furnishings, Cave, Deco Living Manila, Dimensione, Edition Lifestyle, Howards’ Storage World, Inigo Elizalde Rugs, L’Indochine, Lucina, Mandaue Foam, Robinsons Department Store, Rustan’s Home, Sifra Interiors & Objects, Soumak, Space Encounters, Tempur, and Urban Abode.
At the venue, there will be a mini trade show area featuring home improvement products and residential and financial services from Hardieflex, BPI Family Bank, Nippon Paint andRobinsons Residences, among others, as well as a mini-bookstore where visitors can buy Real Living magazines, books, and promotional items.
“The Real Living Space was launched last year to celebrate Real Living’s tenth year and showcase the re-design of the magazine. And this year’s Real Living Space, which will be bigger and better than last year, you’ll get to witness what makes Real Living so unique—beautiful, practical spaces in diverse design styles, all the home products you’ll need, from curtains and furniture to flooring, enlightening DIY and crafting workshops, plus a chance to meet industry experts and your favorite RL editors and interior design contributors,” says Real Living Editor In Chief Rachelle Medina.
“There’s no denying Real Living’s style-savvy readers turn to the magazine for creative home design ideas and inspiration, and advice on how to create their own dream homes from our editors and contributing architects and designers. Real Living Space will offer readers the chance to experience Real Living in real life. Instead of leafing through the magazine’s inspiring pages, they’ll once again get the chance to walk through uniquely designed spaces and see firsthand how our team of noted designers has created impressive spaces that they can use as inspiration for their own homes. And, they’ll even be able to shop for products featured in those spaces, since all the items were pulled from furniture stores and retail outlets in Metro Manila, with some even offering exclusive discounts to attendees!”
Visitors will also have access to free home-related projects, crafting, and DIY workshops at the event venue. Real Living will have available its new books, REAL HOME IDEAS 8: THE COLOR BOOK 2and the REAL LIVING MY FIRST HOME BOOK, the magazine’s first-ever guide to buying and decorating your own home.
Details and updates about “Real Living Space” can be found at www.realliving.com.ph/rlspace. Get some tips, photos and other home-related inspirations through the magazine’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/realliving.ph, and @realliving.ph at Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
Credits: photos and text from Summit Media PR