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A Colorful Upgrade for a Dull Bedroom

Interior designer Meigan Tan worked with bold colors to turn an all-white sleeping space into a cozy and Tuscany-inspired escape

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Original Article: Amillah Rodil Photography: Miguel Nacianceno Styling: Issa Villar Interior Designer: Meigan Tan

After getting married and moving into a three-storey townhouse, the owners of this space were more than ready to embark on a journey together. While they were able to spruce up some of the spaces in the house, their bedroom was left plain and boring—with cracks on the walls and a few basic pieces.

To transform the space into a private nook the owners would love to stay in, interior designer Meigan Tan made bold color choices, incorporated functional furniture pieces, and even worked on little tweaks that contributed to the room’s overall new look. Though the couple wanted a calming bedroom reminiscent of hotels and resorts, Meigan took it a notch higher by coming up with an aesthetic that combines the feel of resorts and the luxury of hotels. “I wanted to simulate the feeling of being in another place,” says Meigan. With a budget of P10, 791—the designer was able to achieve the vibe of Tuscany, Italy.

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Check out the changes done by Meigan below:

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How Much It Costs:

Balikbayan Handicrafts
Side chair - P 2,200
Robinsons
TV shelf, mirror, basket, glass vase, plastic flowers - P 2,269
SM
Curtains, curtain rod, twin sheet, pillow cases - P 1,299
Temple Drive
Bamboo blinds - P 300
Napa's
Abaca rug - P 500
Built-in shelves with materials and labor - P 2,555
Edging, abaca rug - P 300
Shopwise
Folding hamper, candles - P 328
Labor and painting - P 800
Paint tools - P 240
Grand Total:
10,791

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