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An Urban Tropical-Inspired Condo in Pasay

Shades of blue, green, and neutrals were paired with budget-friendly pieces to complete this rental unit

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Photography: Espasyo Manila

If you’ve been planning to rent a unit in the city, you might be looking for a place where you can indulge in a rewarding slumber, admire the view of the city, and relish the company of friends from time to time. To be able to delight in these things, you need a space that’s airy, spacious, and perfect for work and play.

Designed by Espasyo Manila, this one-bedroom condo may just be what you're looking for. Meant to be a rental, it features neutral colors and hints of greens and blues to make the space appealing to possible renters. The result is a snug and welcoming home that’s reminiscent of a lush tropical getaway.

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