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5 Ideas to Steal from an 86sqm Condo with Country-Inspired Style

Take note of our decorating tips for a cozy and charming home

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Photography: Paolo Feliciano Styling: Dagny Madamba and Paula de Guzman Interior Designer: Elaine Isip-Tiangco

Just like many soon-to-wed couples preparing for their new life together, JB and Aissa Panganiban purchased a 30sqm condo right before their February 2014 wedding. However, they eventually realized that their would-be first home as a married pair might be a little too small for them. Their one-bedroom condo was rather tight, cramped, and verging on uncomfortable. 

Thankfully, JB and Aissa had another option: an 86sqm unit owned by Aissa's grandfather. Since it was nearly thrice the size of their other place, it was a better choice for them. With the help of interior designer Elaine Isip-Tiangco, the two-bedroom place has been turned into a country-inspired home.

Here are the 5 things that we can learn from JB and Aissa's newlywed nest:

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