MANILA, Philippines – If you’re looking to start living independently, there’s nothing like having a place all to yourself. From studio units to one or two-bedroom units, there’s a space that suits any kind of lifestyle.
Residential condominiums are in high demand and rapidly growing in number. According to a study by Jones Lang LaSalle, a number of property developers are investing more and more in this type of property this year due to the growing demand. It is currently one of the fastest-growing types of property in terms of supply. (READ: Smart things to know about Philippine real estate)
If you prefer to live in an easy-to-maintain space, a studio unit would be the ideal choice. One of the first challenges you will face, however, is how to maximize the space you are given.
Yzabel Cagalingan, freelance interior designer, says that it can be quite challenging to design a studio unit, but by using the right design elements that complement your lifestyle and finding innovative ways to fully utilize your space, it is possible to make it a great home to live in.
Find out how you can maximize space with her tips. – Rappler.com
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