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4 Practical Tips for Halfway Homes

Your temporary home doesn’t have to be bare and uninviting

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When people ask me where I live, I always end up giving two answers—Ortigas on weekdays and Alabang on weekends. Under different circumstances, many employees choose to rent a space near the office instead of going home every day. If you look at it, this seems practical—you get to save on transpo expenses and you get to relax and rest instead of going through hours of traffic. 

Even if these spaces are only temporary, we still need to give it a bit of an upgrade. Remember, a pretty and neat home can make you feel recharged, plus, you get to enjoy staying in it too. If you’re looking for ideas, interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy shares the following tips:

All photos from: My Scandinavian Home.

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