Modern Contemporary Style for a Pasig House
Real Living reader Abby Kwong reveals the budget-friendly idea she used to complete her home
Buying, furnishing, and decorating your first home doesn’t have to be too expensive. If you are on a tight budget, you can set aside money every payday and buy your pieces one by one. While this may take more time compared to purchasing items for your living, dining, kitchen, bed, and bath areas all at once, it can be more fulfilling and rewarding – just ask homeowners Abby and Jeff Kwong.
When they moved into this Pasig home in June 2013, Abby explains that they moved in all of their furniture from their old apartment. Over the span of a year and a half, they were able to save enough money to replace their existing pieces with a new bed and new furniture for the living and dining areas. Their efforts resulted in a modern contemporary home defined by a neutral color palette with pops of bright color.
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