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RL Makeovers: From a Ho-hum Bedroom to a Hotel-Style Sanctuary

A couple’s ordinary area is transformed into a luxurious space

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Photography: Dairy Darilag and Kurt Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions Styling: Paula de Guzman Interior Designer: Van Acuna

Before the makeover, Glacil and King Cadiente’s 68sqm unit was too clean and bare. Although they had been living there for two years, the bedroom only had a bed, an electric fan, and a single shelf.

Interior designer Van Acuna turned the once-bland space into a comfortable and luxurious haven. She chose a neutral color palette, a dropped ceiling, and cove lighting. She also installed textured wallpaper and chose a customized floating bed by Fergill Construction.

To make the space seem more inviting, Van chose sleek picture frames and a potted faux orchid. Meanwhile, a gallery wall featuring the couple’s travel photos adds a more personal touch. “Masyadong blank yung wall pagpasok. I was thinking nga na mirror sana pero mas personalized pag photos,” explains Van.

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How Much It Costs:

Labor and materials
Assorted materials for customized furniture - P 40,000
Fergill Construction
Furniture and electrical works - P 10,800
R.B. Beau Ideas Company
Roman shades and accent pillows - P 3,400
Chan C. Bros.
Lighting fixtures - P 640
Grand Total:
54,840

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