Sapor Rendall, elite model agent

Sapor Rendall, elite model agent

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My favourite part of home

I always feel relaxed beside my swimming pool and in my garden. My second favorite place to be is sitting down in my living room watching TV. Thirdly, I like my bedroom, from where I can look out around my home.

The best way to relax at home

When I arrive home, the first thing I do is go upstairs to my bedroom and put my head on my pillow to relax and watch TV. Sometimes, when I feel tired, I relax in my gazebo near my swimming pool. On the last day of work before my weekend, when I arrive home I take a shower and have a glass of red wine.

When I entertain guests

I like to have some red wine and eat nice food. Then I take them walking around my garden, listen to music, watch TV, go swimming and so forth.

My decorating style

In my home, I have decorations in the Khmer style and in the European style. I have a simple style and don't like to make too much of a mess when I decorate. All of my decorations come from my idea of how I want my bedroom, living room and so on to look.

What would I change?

I often like to change things such as curtains and sofas because I want my home to be beautiful and always relaxing. I have several kinds of curtains so I like to change the color of my curtains often. I am also planning to build another home next to my current one.

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