(This is a series of articles on how to express and match your lifestyle with interior design concepts. Personalizing strategies, decision-making, do’s and don’ts, techniques, color combination, functionality, and the pieces that reflect you.)
They say that the home is a reflection of who and what a person is—a mirror of one’s taste, a showcase of one’s personal and professional achievements, and sometimes even a preview of one’s intellect. And just like the way you dress and the lifestyle you live, your home should convey “YOU” and tell a story of your personality and what you are…. (To read more, please click here or on the link below)
Designing isn’t just about making things beautiful, but more importantly, it’s about coherence—putting things together that make sense. Here at Oriental Living, we always make sure that our designs embody both beauty and aesthetic integrity. We also value comfort accompanied by style and class…
A few months ago, I started a page called Traveler’s Life, I figured I could make a page where travelers around the world could meet and share tips, stories and photos of people, culture and places that they’ve seen.
4 months, 606 members and 375 photos and over a hundred places later, the page is still growing, travelers are still excited to see the photos of other travelers.
And to express my appreciation to all the members, starting today I will post Top 5 Travelers’ Life Photos!
To start with, I will Post my random top 5 favorite photos!
The Skeleton Coast, located on Namibia’s northern shore, was named for the bleached whale and seal bones that line the beaches. Despite its perilous conditions, colonies of Cape fur seals thrive in the area.