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Inside Celebrity Homes: Must-See Designer Pieces You'd Love

See the spaces of Iza Calzado, Richard Gomez, and more!

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It's no surprise that designer pieces come at a hefty price tag—but why do homeowners still invest in a piece or two? These masterpieces not only have the power to complete a home’s aesthetic and increase its value, it can also make for an interesting focal point that can set your space apart from the rest.

To inspire you to save up for a coveted designer piece, we've revisited the homes of Kim Atienza, Iza Calzado, Richard Gomez, and Ogie and Regine Alcasid. These spaces can motivate you to reward yourself with a new chair or lighting piece as well as give you an idea on how you can best incorporate these investment must-haves into your chosen theme:

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