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4 Renovating Steps for a Bathroom Makeover

Inspired by interior designer Joy Jabile-Ejercito's luxurious bathroom? Here are practical tips on how to upgrade your own private space

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Photography: Mark Francis Jesalva Interior Designer: Joy Jabile Ejercito

During a recent visit to the 20th Philippine World Building and Construction Exposition (WORLDBEX)  at the World Trade Center and the Philippine Trade Training Center, a luxurious bathroom set-up caught the eyes of the Real Living team.

While most bathrooms are simple and utilitarian, this bathroom was posh, sophisticated, and unapologetically glamorous. We thought that it could be perfect in a home, resort, hotel, or spa.

If you would also like to create a luxe feel in your bathroom or simply update its look, feel, and function, here are four common bathroom renovation steps:

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