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Real Living: August 2014

Top 5 reasons to grab a copy of this month’s issue of Real Living Magazine

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In the August issue of Real Living Magazine, we are proud to present ways to make the most of a small space.

Here are the top 5 reasons to check the issue out:

  1. Over 30 pages of small but beautiful homes – all of the spaces measure 75 square meters or less!
  2. 40 great places to live in, from condos and villages to everything in between.
  3. 52 furniture pieces, including storage solutions, sofa beds and dual-purpose tables.
  4. 31 mirror tricks to make any area seem bigger!
  5. Décor ideas to turn affordable finds into stylish designer pieces.

Bonus reason: Love before-and-after stories? So do we! Flip the pages of the August issue to see how interior designer John Vigilia used traditional Filipino furniture in a modern way. 

Plus! We also show you how to keep your home clean with your own garage sale.

Real Living Magazine is available at booksstores and newsstands near you. To download a digital copy, visit Summit Newsstand at https://summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living.

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