For Your Interior: Moving in and Making It Your Own

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For Your Interior: Moving in and Making It Your Own

September 25, 2018

“ To help you maximize your unit and transform it into your own, find out which typecast fits your taste and lifestyle: ”

Part of #adulting and being a strong, independent individual is breaking out of what you’ve always been used to. It’s definitely not a quick and easy thing to do, but if you’re determined to create your own path, we’re sure life will fall into place and it’ll soon be a walk in the park.

The first step to helping mold that path is by moving into your own place. Getting a condo can be a little scary, but overall, we believe it should be a worthwhile experience. Just imagine all the room you have to do the things you want and practice your independence — from deciding on the unit layout down to the smallest details of the home. Moving in is one thing, but designing it is another battle. At this point in your life, creating a functional space is important, but making that space yours, in every sense of the word, is equally as vital.

To help you maximize your unit and transform it into your own, find out which typecast fits your taste and lifestyle:

1. The Modern Minimalist

If you value simplicity, creativity and innovation, you’ll enjoy decorating your place with a minimalist approach. Design your home in an interesting way by not overdoing it, and see the beauty and truth in “less is more”. Go for hard-edged, geometric pieces matched with a monochromatic palette.

2. The Laid-back Contemporary

Functional doesn’t have to be boring. Start by choosing furniture that you will enjoy working with in any space. Mixing natural materials with idiosyncratic pieces inspire an unconventional yet very pleasing and comforting home. A combination of contemporary with just the right touch of vintage is the right balance if you’re going for a cool, but not too loud ambiance.

3. The Stylish Eccentric

Let your unique personality shine by going for quality and distinct pieces over what’s trendy. Your fabric and material choices for your home can speak so much of you as a person. Have fun with colors and play around with prints for spaces in your condo that need some oomph.

To make moving a more exciting experience, Park Residences created Flexi Suites to give you the independence and control over how you want to create your own space. After all, it’s your home and your life.

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