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3 Things You Need to Know About Indoor Gardening

Interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino shares a few expert tips

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez and Tala Singson

There are many ways to improve the look of the home. You may opt for a paint job, work on a new furniture layout, or add a few decorative touches. If you also want to add a relaxing touch to your home, you can start a mini garden indoors. This will give your home a refreshing touch while improving the vibe and feel of your space.

As with any endeavor, you might have many questions when it comes to adding greens to your home. Keep in mind that you can still create your own personal oasis minus a huge lawn. Interior designer Hannah-Acab Faustino shares these tips:

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