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Comfortable and stylish

The R Living showroom showcases a vast range of furniture for all rooms, especially for kitchens, bedrooms, dining and living rooms. At R Living, you can also find the full range of Quick-Step laminate parquet flooring.

“Our ranges are so vast that with assistance from our staff, we can come up with a nearly tailor-made solution,” says Stephen Mifsud, managing director atR Living.

The staff at R Living are especially helpful in enabling you choose comfortable and stylish furniture.

“Sofas and chairs, for instance, should not be just a matter of taste: another main aim should be to create a comfortable seating area in your living room,” says Mifsud. “Seating needs to have good back support, as this helps you sit up straight while your feet touch the floor. Choice of material is also important. We help our clients choose between leather, eco leather or fabric, depending on the clients’ needs and lifestyle,” says Mifsud.

Kitchens are no longer solely spaces for cooking, but have also become spaces to relax in.

“Kitchens today have become the heart of every home,” says Mifsud. “Therefore, the kitchen area has to be designed in a way as to serve the main function, preparing and cooking food, but also an area where all the family members relax and spend time together. It’s also a space where the family can entertain guests and socialise while cooking or serving food.

“At R Living we do not just try to sell our clients a piece of furniture. We also assist them in planning the layout of their rooms. Our in-house designers also offer ideas for colour schemes and accessories.

“We also offer a complete furniture package, to furnish a whole apartment, starting from affordable prices. At R Living we have a show flat, where clients can see how a budget apartment would look like. This concept is very popular with first time buyers and with clients furnishing an apartment for rental.”

For more information visit www.rliving.com.mt.

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