This first post would be discussing layman-terms frequently mentioned regardless by mouth, text, social media, meetings, etc. This is nothing official, formal nor contain sensitive information. We shall neither be nor held liable to faciliate readers with an abbreviation page detailing ones that would be used in our site. It is just an average joe post. guys..
What comes to your mind with this above term 'seashell umbrella' ?
Lets have a crack at it. umbrella made of seashells ? umbrella in a shape of a seashell ? a brand ? limited edition key-chain ? There are multiple ways to decrypt it but no one measurement fit all interpretation. Just like there isn't any right or wrong answer to this particular question, there is no real vs fake, brands vs unbranded. There are exceptions of course, trademarks, patented, copyright but all of these could be circumvented (will get to this in one other post some time again). Its just are we referring to the same thing here ?
Food For Thought ?
Like one of the sections of our homepage where we deliberatedly decorated with nothing but a slogan. We feel we had been well fed so much so we sometimes get too carried away. Everything is so accessible. We become critical at the simplest of things and dive at conclusions, impose judgements, rip into esteem which are exclusive, excessive and abusive at times. Nature of furniture had eroded from complete to superficial (a future post on this perhaps.). We are not industrial leaders but believe everyone deserved to know what they are getting into and we try our best to stand by our objective. Just like how we visit a doctor when we fall sick, send our car to a workshop when it breaks down, call the technician when the lift breaks down, you may contact us should you have any queries on furniture in future. We'd love to have a dialogue with you.
Cup of tea
Here are some few tips we'd share to enlighten your next purchase consideration
- not Google ! Are you buying furniture or is Google buying furniture? Are you the owner or does Google own you?
- Do your due research
- (not Google again ! Google is not selling it. Is there some sort of misrepresentation or you misinterpreting it?
- Physical inspection
- not all things are made equal. Best to see 'the real thing' and judge for yourself
- Avoid fancy, non-familiar, ambiguous terms
- all these jargan, slang & lingo are usually intended to market their products, manipulating you and goal to match-making the deal
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. In your quest to purchase, our advise is to ask yourself the fundamental question. fit or no fit ? Refrain from being over-partisan when making your purchases. Stay objective and more importantly the reward (product) vs material (money) experience.