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RL Makeovers: A Refined Look for a 15sqm Bedroom

After 14 years, an old room is transformed into a clean and relaxing haven

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Original Article: Sunshine Selga Funa Photography: Vincent Coscolluela Architect: Juan Esposo Interior Designer: Vera Villarosa

For over 14 years, homeowner Maje has lived in the smallest bedroom of their family home. While she is happy to have a private space for herself, she has grown tired of the bright green walls. She also needed more storage solutions.

For the makeover, interior designer Vera Villarosa opted for soft, gray-blue for the walls and beige, white, and mocha for the furniture pieces and accessories. "I chose neutral colors so that the room will look spacious, maaliwalas, and dainty," says the designer. With the help of Formo Homes's contractor Nikki Bustos and architect Juan Esposo, Vera has created a chic and comforting space.

Read the original article (“A Fresh Start”) in the January-February 2012 issue of Real Living Magazine. To download a digital copy of Real Living Magazine, visit Summit Newsstand at https://summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living.

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How Much It Costs:

Crossings Department Store
Dresser, lamps, bedsheet used as Roman shades, beddings, decorative storage boxes, various accessories - P 43,000
Labor and Materials
Construction materials, paint works, customized bed, and customized Roman shades - P 40,000
Grand Total:
83,000

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