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5 Tips Inspired by a Beautiful Home Office in Manila

Food stylist Sharlene Tan and interior decorator Elle Uy share tips and tricks for the perfect space

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Original Article: Mabel David Pilar Photography: Toto Labrador Design Consultant: Elle Uy

Many homeowners are now working from home or running their own home-based businesses! However, many of these budding freelancers and  entrepreneurs are forced to work in their bedrooms or dining rooms. While this may be a common set-up, it often doesn't make you feel organized and productive! 

If you would like to be more efficient at home, you may want to create an actual home office. To help get you started, here are the 5 things that we learned from food stylist Sharlene Tan:

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