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RL Reader of the Week: Ariane Tambolero

Our Reader of the Week lets us into her 60sqm home and reveals what she loves best about Real Living

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Photography: Ariane Mallari-Tambolero

Our RL Reader of the Week is Ariane Tambolero. Ariane lives in a 60sqm unit in Muntinlupa City. She has been reading the magazine since 2010. 

Real Living (RL):  What is your favorite Real Living section? Why?

Ariane: My favorite is the Decor Ideas section because it gives me endless possibilities of affordable styling. I love DIY decor! 

RL: What is the greatest lesson that you have learned from Real Living?

Ariane: We do not have to spend much to create a cozy and comfortable home. It's not how expensive the home is -- it's about going home to a place where you can feel relaxed at the end of the day.

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