Young Man Wows Mzansi with Stunning Apartment Tour on Facebook

Young Man Wows Mzansi with Stunning Apartment Tour on Facebook

  • A man shared photos of his stunning apartment in a popular Facebook group chat
  • The gentleman's living space was beautifully decorated with fancy interior designs that left peeps in awe
  • The online community wished him well, while others praised him for his neat, clean, and well-organised house
  • Briefly News spoke to Mbali Duma an interior design expert who shared the least home decor trends

Nothing beats the feeling of moving into a new home. This young man left online users in awe after he unveiled his brand-new apartment.

A man showed of his house on Facebook.
A young man unveiled his home in a Facebook group chat. Image: Solskin/Getty Image and Bandile Mdangay
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Young man shows off his new crib

Bandile Mdangay took to his Facebook account, where he shared images of his stunning home in the popular group chat called Make Your Bedroom Beautiful with Thembi's Linen on Facebook. The gentleman first showed off his lounge area with beautiful leather couches, a big-screen TV, a TV stand and a brown rug on the floor.

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The living room area was painted grey, with grey curtains, an art portrait, and a beautiful view from the outside. In the next set of photos, the young man unveiled his bedroom, which was neatly made up. He had a beautiful carpet, art portrait, and pillows.

The man went on to showcase his kitchen, which was super clean and well-organised. The guy's post attracted over 1K likes within a few hours of its publication on Facebook.

Take a look at the gentleman's home below:

A young man wowed Mzansi with his stunning apartment on Facebook.
Inside the young man's home. Image: Bandile Mdangay
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Peeps in awe of the man's home

Social media users loved the gentleman's house and did not shy away from congratulating the young man on his home as they flooded her comments with heartwarming messages.

Amahle Mncube said:

"Wow, it's so amazing and beautiful. Keep it up. You inspire me."

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Khanyisile Khanyisile wrote:

"Absolutely beautiful."

Nametso Metso Lebakeng added:

"It's very neat and nice."

Thandoz Mazikhali Jojo gushed over the man's home, saying:

"Wow, this is beautiful."

Khuthadzo Dee Netshisaulu commented:

"Everything is perfect and beautiful."

2024 Interior design trends brought to by an expert

Speaking to Briefly News, Mbali Duma gave insight into the latest interior design trends. Mbali said that residential spaces are moving away from the minimalist, clean look known as the beige home.

Insight on popular colour schemes or pallets for the season the interior design expert says:

"A trend that has stuck would be bold colours, no matter the season, people are drawn to having colourful space however, one colour that is sticking out is blues, different shades of dark blue as well as green, and dark greens textured like. The darker shades are able to go all year round, but mainly, they are to give that warm home feel to the space and are great for accents, feature walls or rooms."

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In terms of materials and textures popular in interior design that are trending in 2024, the young expert revealed:

"It’s a feel world now, always has been, but now people are more into it, so much so that furniture textures and all experts in design, are created vividly enough for one to not only want to look but want to touch and have a sense of feeling to it. What is right now in the material texture is the sheep fleece, which is noticeable in couches and dining chairs and more developed now in carpets, she adds.

Design styles that are gaining more traction in the industry right now, according to Mbali, are organic design along with quite luxury.

She stated that organic designs can be paired with everything, not "being so picture-perfect." They are rooted in nature, and in nature, there are curves, beauty, and class all at once.

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"Quite luxury, people are looking for timeless pieces, different pieces and an overall feel of rooted yet still within the evolving modern world," says Mbali.

South African woman wows netizens with Stunning 1-room apartment

Briefly News previously reported on A young woman who visited a popular interior design Facebook group to show off her stunning room, and peeps loved her home.

Facebook user Eza Leay shared images of her beautiful room in a group chat called Make Your Bedroom Beautiful with Thembi's Linen. The young lady revealed she was 21 as she unveiled her living space, which consisted of a bed neatly made with stunning bedsheet covers. In her room, there was also a clean and well-organised kitchen.

Source: Briefly News

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