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10 Budget-Friendly Ideas from Real Living Editors

Discover affordable and interesting ways to improve your home

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Photography: Miguel Nacianceno, Vincent Coscolluela and Ocs Alvarez

This month, we celebrate the 12th anniversary of Real Living. While our team has featured hundreds of condos, apartments, and houses, in the span of 12 years, we will never stop being happy for every person who has found his or her dream home. There is something incredibly satisfying about seeing someone living in a place that he or she has always dreamed of. 

However, we know that not everyone can afford the mansion or the palace that they truly want. Many of us live in homes that are far from what we imagined. Thankfully, there are many different ways to spruce up the space that you have now.

For a better home and a better life, here a few simple, practical, and reasonably-priced ideas worth trying:

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