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3 Practical Lessons I Learned from Designing My Home

Interior designer Peaches de Guzman-Grey shares a couple of insights that can guide you in the future

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Photography: Marc Jao (Main Photo)

As homeowners, we love styling and decorating our spaces. Since we want to showcase our personal preferences, we love to experiment with certain shades and decor pieces to see which ones will work. However, like in any other endeavor, mistakes are inevitable. You may end up with a boring color palette or a piece that won't see to go well with the overall look of your home.

These challenges shouldn't stop you! Keep in mind that improving the home is a continuous learning process—a trial and error journey that will help you build the space that you have always wanted. For this feature, interior designer Peaches de Guzman-Grey gladly shares practical tips that she learned while designing not just her own home, but plenty other spaces too! Take note of these and see how you can apply it as you work on your own home:

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