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A Bright and Refreshing Makeover for a 22sqm Unit

Interior designer Nikki Audine worked with pastel colors, extra storage solutions, and customized pieces to turn this once cramped unit into a functional and welcoming home

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Original Article: Bubbles Salvador Photography: Dairy Darilag (Before) and Kurt Alvarez (After) Styling: Tala Singson Interior Designer: Nikki Audine

How do you make a fresh start in life? Some apply for a new job, others take a long vacation, and there are those who move into a new house or work on a renovation project just to change their surroundings. After dealing with a devastating event, the owners of this unit longed to turn the page and begin again.

A Real Living reader with a passion for small spaces, the lady of the house hoped to improve the space but certain factors made it seem impossible. She took a chance, wrote to RL, and the rest is history. Interior designer Nikki Audine stepped in and took note of the problems that needed to be addressed. After the makeover, the couple can now come home to a functional space that's inviting, airy, and complete with a charming aesthetic.

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How Much It Costs:

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Sofa bed, chairs, side table, ottoman - P 25,000
Labor and assorted construction materials - P 35,000
Grand Total:
60,000

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