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5 Steps to Your Dream Home

Turn your dream into a reality with these inputs from interior designer Ayet San Jose-Aniag

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Photography: Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions

Ever since we were young, we have always dreamed of building our dream home. Whether it’s a comfy resort-like space or a trendy loft, we constantly visualize the features of the space and the pieces that will complete it.

Given our daily, weekly, and monthly expenses—the dream of building a dream home may have taken a backseat. We can't help but think that to be able to build the house that we've always wanted, we need to spend a lot. Fortunately, with proper planning—it can still happen! Interior designer Ayet San Jose-Aniag shares these five helpful insights.

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