4 Things To Look Forward To In Real Living's July Issue
With these stories, you'd want to flip the pages ASAP!
This month is extra special because we're celebrating our 13th anniversary! Aside from the must-see homes and helpful tips, the issue features new stores that you need to visit and a list of creatives from different fields that you need to watch for. Here are four more reasons why you need to get a copy as soon as it hits stores:
Get to know the Carbon Muralists and other up and coming visual artists, photographers, designers, architects, and entrepreneurs! Discover how they're shaking up the arts and design industry, see their work, and find out what sets them apart from their mainstream counterparts.
As an extra treat, check out the folks from Canva—having fun in front of the camera:
In this issue, you'll see homes from both ends of the spectrum—from a family home with updated antiques and Filipino touches to a luxe, high-end home furnished with furniture pieces from top-of-the-line brands.
Get ideas on how you could steal their looks for your own home, too.
Aside from picking up tips, you can brush up your design IQ by knowing the history and components of beloved furniture pieces. Plus, check out how a cluttered corner was transformed into a quirky and functional work area in this section's mini makeover.
Feel like you're in home heaven when you enter the new home stores at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. Whether you're looking for stylish, dual-purpose furniture fit for small homes or chic pieces that sport different styles from around the globe, there's a store for you in BGC.
Read more about these stories and let's make July a month to remember when you grab a copy of Real Living's July 2016 issue—out now in bookstores and newsstands nationwide. You can also download a digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.
PHOTOS: Dairy Darilag (Creatives and Store) | Michael Angelo Chua | Seong Kwon | Kurt Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions.
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