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5 Must-Read Value-for-Money Design Ideas

Discover more budget-friendly hacks in RL’s May 2017 issue

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Photography: Dairy Darilag and Michael Angelo Chua (Main Photos)

Whether you’re busy preparing for Mother’s Day, working on last-minute home improvement projects for the summer, or getting ready for another school year—a copy of Real Living is the best companion during your downtime. You can browse through pages of the Real Homes section as you unwind or download a digital version on your mobile phone so you can check it as you shop for your space. Don’t have yours yet? Here are just some of the tips you’ll find inside:

1. When it comes to buying home essentials, it pays to invest in high-quality pieces and timeless must-haves.

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