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5 Things We Learned from Living Room Makeovers

Updating your old pieces can help you save on costs

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Photography: Miguel Nacianceno (Main Photo)

Many homeowners are going the extra mile when it comes to improving the living area. Aside from being the first thing that guests see, it’s also the special space where family members come together to bond and relax. Lucky for us, it can be easy to update the look of the space! You can simply change the curtains and pillow covers or add a few décor pieces.

If you've been thinking of investing in a living area makeover, here are five things that we learned from Real Makeovers that may come in handy: 

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