- Businessman and content creator from Johannesburg shares photos of his home’s interior design on Twitter
- The images first showcased a standard home design, but then switched to a new set of beige and white leather sofas.
- Netizens were impressed and asked him where he got the furniture from, and he shared the information in his answer.
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“My house is clean. So am I. The weekend is starting. First up is the flower shop,” the businessman and content creator said in his first post. The image shows a standard, neat house design with a glass table and beautiful furniture.
His next post introduced a complete switch design.
But he wasn’t planning to stop there. His brother had more ideas for his house.he shared a second post We’ll be showcasing our new beige and white leather sofa, all-white furniture, and matching rugs.
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“I tried switching it up a little bit,” he said.
Netizens wanted to know where he got the furniture from
People were so impressed with his interior designs that they wanted to know where he bought his furniture. And he didn’t withhold any information in his response. Sharing is caring.
Some of them said:
“Where did you get that rug?”
“Please tell me where you got the glass table and chairs. They’re amazing!”
“We received the table from Decofern and the chairs from Takelot (originally blue) and had them remade.”
“I really like the dining chairs. Where did you buy them before you had them upholstered?”
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