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5 Small Space Decorating Ideas We Can Learn from a 43sqm Halfway Home

Take note of these smart solutions and creative tricks for your space

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Photography: Jilson Tiu

On days when you get stuck in traffic or an unavoidable commuting mishap, have you ever wished you live near the office or your school? A lot have been investing in halfway homes with a common goal—to save on money, effort, and time going from one place to another. Aside from members of the work force and a few students, there are also some who get a second home in the city to serve as a sanctuary each time they visit the country.

Since it’s only a temporary space, some might be thinking that maintaining it should be fuss-free and easy. While you can always stick to the basics, you may want to take it a notch higher by choosing nifty solutions and a timeless style to make the most of your space. To inspire you to decorate your own home, here are some of the ideas we loved and learned from a 43sqm unit designed by interior designer Ruby Besira: 

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