Having missed the 100th Anniversary Celebration Event due to work, I decided to pop by the Poltrona Frau Store in Singapore and they were having a 35% off on all Existing Stocks. Besides the Ginger and the more affordable Ginger Ale chairs (unfortunately, the Ginger Ale was not going for the 35% discount as stocks […]Read more "Archibald (King) ~ A Royal Invitation"
Last week, I got a surprised when my wife commented that the Side Tables that I had planned to get was not suitable as a complement for the balcony area. She asked me to refer back to a picture which I had shown her a couple of days back. She told me that I should […]Read more "Loto ~ Oriental Flavours"
I paid Space Asia Hub a visit yesterday to take a look at what’s on offer and plan for anything that I could potentially get, even before the purchase of my next home. For those who think that Space’s GSS, Year End Sale each year are more or less the same, you could be pretty […]Read more "Space Year End Sale 2012 Visit"
While searching for ideas of Minimalism on the Internet, I came across this website Home-Designing.com. On the page that next grazed my eyes was a wonderful Open-Plan Home that was stunning. The Interior Designer Fertility Design, appears to be a Taiwanese firm based on the address of its website. The clean geometry of the designs, […]Read more "Beautifully Minimalist"
Moving on to the topic of staircases within an apartment, now I need to have some inspirations of what to do for the staircase design. Pardon me if I sounded like I had already bought a Maisonette (it is still in the stage of dreaming at this juncture), I just love planning ahead due to […]Read more "Stairway to Privacy – Part II"
Well, the term “Stairway to Heaven” had been used too often to describe stairs in homes. I decided to coin a slightly different term. Why “Stairway to Privacy”? A distinct lack of privacy is something that one will not experience when living in big houses in land abundant countries. However, in land scarce Singapore, even […]Read more "Stairway to Privacy – Part I"
After some pondering, wandering and looking out at the Singapore property market, it is really difficult to decide whether buying a public housing or private property will be a better choice. The market is so hot that it is beyond what sane investors would call sustainable. Of course, I am hoping that the still expanding […]Read more "Red Hot Market or Red Hot Bubble?"