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Building & Renovating

10 Things You Never Thought You Could Do In A Small Space

Whether it’s a studio, a one-bedroom unit, or a loft-type home, there’s a lot you can do to make it your own

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Photography: Dairy Darilag and Paolo Feliciano (Main Photos)

We have to admit, there’s nothing wrong about playing it safe—from choosing clothes to ordering desserts—it’s better to stick to whatever you think will work. In a way, the same rule applies when it comes to decorating the home. We know about the magic of mirrors and how light colors can make a compact unit feel more airy—prompting us to follow these down to a T. But have you ever considered going out of these comfort zones?

Finalizing the look of a space is a continuous trial-and-error process that would require you to be brave and experiment. If you’ve recently moved into a new home, we’ve listed down a few must-dos that would encourage you to be bold when it comes to improving it. Only one rule applies when it comes to this list: have fun!

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