Our social media feeds have moved on from the first wave of craze indicative of the cabin fever brought about by the quarantine. From whipping Dalgona coffee to baking ube cheese pandesal to making sushi bake trays, netizens are now exhausting their free time and creativity and channeling their inner handyman with do-it-yourself (DIY) house renovations and home remodeling plans.
Posts about this on social media feeds are filled with questions from those who are also looking to try the trend for their own homes. While there is relatively nothing bad about this, home renovation and remodeling are two things that require professional know-hows, especially with matters concerning safety.
Answering to the call, the Manila Bulletin and East Bay Residences by Primaries, a Rockwell Company bring together “Less is More: Turning Spaces Multifunctional,” a discussion about a timely topic: how to maximize one’s home spaces. This will also cover the do’s and don’ts of building a home office nook, and how to make the most out of a home renovation project.
Viewers can expect some of the country’s professional interior designers, who have each successfully etched their names in the industry through their skills and completed works. These speakers will shed light on all things related to a home makeover — from dividing spaces to choosing furniture, and how to apply a minimalistic take on your abode.
“Less is More: Turning Spaces Multifunctional” takes place on March 25, 2021, at 7 p.m. This is a private webinar with limited slots available so secure your participation now via this registration link. Lucky winners will be selected among the participants via raffle draw to take home premium items.
Stay tuned on the Facebook pages of Manila Bulletin, Manila Bulletin Lifestyle, and East Bay Residences for the guest speakers’ reveal, the announcement of which raffle prizes are at stake, and further updates.