RL Makeovers: A Welcome Change for an Attic Bedroom
For two lucky brothers, the dream of having an organized area for sleeping and studying comes true
Brothers Steven and John Brian share a loft-type bedroom in their family home. However, they both had problems with their shared space. “Our things had no proper place. When I study or do my school work upstairs, I feel uncomfortable not just because of the small table but because of the limited space," explains Steven. Younger brother John Brian adds that the room already looked old because of the dark wooden walls, ceiling, and floors.
In less than a week, Studio 10.48 principal designer Lisa Salvador and interns Kat Recomite and Camille Masiglat transformed the cluttered space into something the brothers could be proud of. The neat and organized bedroom now has pops of bright color and personalized details.
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