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3 Mini Makeovers For P3,000 Or Less

Spruce up three busy areas at home without burning a hole in your pocket

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Original Article: Issa Villar Photography: Miguel Nacianceno and Jun Pinzon Styling: Issa Villar

Christmas is just a few weeks away and many are busy finalizing their Christmas décor and holiday parties. While we’re all excited to spend this time of the year with loved ones, I bet there are a few who are planning to work on simple home improvement projects to usher in the New Year.

If you’ve been planning to give the home a new look, but worried about the expenses, we’ve got tips and tricks that can help you. These ideas will cost you around P3, 000 or less—depending on the look you have in mind and where you plan to shop. Invest in minor changes, bring in new accessories, and don't be afraid to experiment with color! Get started with these must-dos:

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