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Is Aubrey Miles Redecorating Her Home?

The actress and green thumb seems to be shopping for more than just plants these days

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Photography: @milesaubrey on Instagram

Actress and fitness buff Aubrey Miles's home has been getting even more lush with each new Instagram post, and there always a few more plant babies nestled in her succulents corner or by her greenhouse-type window (see the IG posts below). 

From one of Aubrey’s posts, the actress seems predisposed to decorating and DIY’ing, based on her childhood experiences. The caption reads: “I always visit a furniture store whenever we travel. I just want to see different styles and pieces. I remember growing up aside from a pawnshop business, my mom and dad had a furniture store for the longest time. They named it A’s Furniture coz all our names starts with the letter A. [smiley] My mom can reupholster anything and she taught us all kinds of woods…furniture store reminds me of my childhood.”

But in between her tapings and fitness activities, we've been spotting this green thumb visiting more places other than her usual landscaping haunts. It seems that she and husband Troy Montero are in the process of redecorating their home, as Aubrey has been posting her various furniture shopping adventures in her IG stories. But the actress still has her heart in gardening, and always seems to veer towards the gardening section  (you can find a similar gardening section like this at the huge AllHome store at Eulogio Rodriquez Ave., Quezon City):


She even raved over this "half-umbrella" which is perfect for small outdoor spaces:


And these leaf-printed vases just remind us of her philodendron and Boston fern collection:


Same goes for her choice of artwork:


Her current home is mostly white, but she has jazzed up one corner with a turquoise wall with lots of boho touches, like a huge macrame wall hanging, a Navajo rug, wicker furniture and accessories, and a leather ottoman. In her new corner, she is also trying out a new experiment: growing plants without any available sunlight, and she looks like she is doing it with a growing light.

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And we love her colorful, layered Indian rugs, which she bravely adds underneath her plants.

Did you know that this particular rug, which is made out of cotton fabric scraps, was launched at the sustainable pieces exhibit at the Maison et Objet Asia in 2015?


READ: RL News - Maison et Objet 2015 

We can't wait to see her new, revamped home. In the meantime, happy redecorating, Aubrey!

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