– A Nigerian man, Teslim Alabi, has served interior decor goals and people are in awe of his living room
– Many people who commented on his decorated room saw one or two favourite items they wish they had
– Teslim’s space looks simple and yet elegant in the choice of furniture that adorns strategic spots
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A young Nigerian man, Teslim Alabi, has wowed many with his newly decorated living room as he shared photos of his house on Friday, November 13.
Teslim, who is also lead product designer at Microsoft, captioned the pictures of his cozy space with “Living room progress”.
The design explores minimalism to create enough space without cluttering places with furniture and other household items. Everything is where it should be.
Teslim Alabi shared photos of his newly decorated living room.
Photo source: @teslimalabi
With a white wall, his space features both beige and brown wood colour furniture to create an aura of a modern-day house.
See his post below:
Below are some of the reactions to the post:
“My next house I’m just getting a designer because why is it that everyone seems to be blessed with these skills but me?”
“So good!!! How do you come up with ideas?”
“God, this is my kind of taste Palms up together.”
“It’s really good wow.”
“I love where the fireplace is positioned so much.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that another man with the Twitter handle @Vik41 transformed his bathroom into a modern one that shows class and many could not stop talking about it.
Sharing photos of the bathroom before and after the makeover, the young man said that though the work he did on it took him some time, he is happy with the outcome.
From a convenience room that looks rough and cluttered, he was able to deploy his sense of great taste into making it what will rival those in five-star hotels.
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