DIY: Restore Your Ottoman
You’ll only need P2,500 for this project
The ottoman was nothing special, with its worn-out upholstery and its bulky shape. So what interior designer Vera Villarosa did was to make use of her current print obsession: Chevron stripes. “I didn’t want it to look too bold though, so I chose a variation of feminine patterns to make it more appealing,” she says. Now, the ottoman that used to be ho-hum has become a sweet and cheery piece that can brighten up any area of the home.
The Makeover Designer: Vera Villarosa | 0927-259-80870927-259-8087
Production by Sunshine Selga Funa. Pictorial Direction by Nat M. Clave. Photographed by Pat Martires.
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