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A Timeless 45sqm Unit With An Open Layout

Classic details blend with modern touches in this chic and simple home

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Photography: Jilson Tiu Interior Designer: Iris Ocampo

While some shy away from the challenge of small spaces, there are many who welcome it with open arms. Armed with design inspiration, smart hacks, and an eye for style, these designers and homeowners make it a point to transform tiny spaces into lovely and welcoming homes.

In this 45sqm unit designed by interior designer Iris Ocampo, the different areas occupy one open space that's cleverly segmented without the use of huge dividers and pieces of furniture. This allows the owner of the unit to make the most of the available floor area without disrupting traffic flow. To complete the timeless look, a shade of gray dominates the walls and furnishings—giving the space a sleek and elegant appeal.

Planning to build your dream home or have your space renovated? Get in touch with interior designer Iris Ocampo via mobile at 0917-810-4088. You can also e-mail IEO Interior Design & Construction at iocampo.design[at]gmail.com. Visit their Facebook page to see more of their projects.

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