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6 Easy Steps to a Homey Condo Unit

Interior decorator and Real Living Style Spotter Elle Uy gives us a tour of Acacia Escalades's two-bedroom unit to give tips on how you can personalize a newly turned over space

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Photography: Gio Oliva (Main Photo)

Moving into a new home is exciting, but it also comes with the responsibility of turning a blank space into a charming, functional haven that mirrors your personality. To help you make the most of your condo home, we asked interior decorator and Real Living Style Spotter Elle Uy for tips. The two-bedroom unit of Acacia Escalades in Pasig City is a good example of how you can maximize every inch of space and still create a home that’s relaxing and inviting.

The open layout of the living and dining areas makes the unit ideal for entertaining friends. If you love to cook, the kitchen features open shelves and spacious countertops that make food prep a breeze. Those who love escaping to the bedroom will love the roomy private nooks that give a view of the city, too. To bring these areas to life and make it your own, Elle gives easy must-dos that can help you achieve the home of your dreams. From adding collections to displaying plants, you’ll surely have a grand time decorating your home. Watch the video below for more tips:

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Conveniently located near business and commercial centers, the Acacia Escalades is a mid-rise residential enclave that highlights a modern Filipiniana-inspired look. Aside from offering spacious studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units, it also has amenities that can help you live a well-balanced life. A Robinsons Supermarket is located on the ground floor so you can run errands easily, there’s a gym to help you stay in shape, and there’s a pool area to help you cool down after a long day. Our personal favorite? The interior gardens and landscaped areas where you can take a breather. Those who want to look into investing in a two-bedroom unit have the option of choosing a unit with or without a lanai or balcony as well.

To learn more about Acacia Escalades, visit their website. You can also visit the Sales Office and the see the model units at Calle Industria corner Amang Rodriguez Avenue, Manggahan, Pasig City. Click here for a map.

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Interior decorator Elle Uy is one of Real Living’s Style Spotters. She’s the decorator behind the blog Décor Me Happy. Follow her on Youtube and Instagram.

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