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A Living and Dining Makeover for Mom-and-Daughter

Bright colors and well-chosen pieces make up this transformed space

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Original Article: Tisha Alvarez Photography: Miguel Nacianceno Styling: Issa Villar Interior Designer: Meigan Tan

A makeover is often called for when certain things no longer suit your preferences or when some pieces badly need an update. In the case of account specialist Lallaine Villaflor, she used to like their yellow walls, but as time went by, this became an issue for her and her daughter. The once vibrant walls have peeled and faded, and had a drowsy effect on the pair as a result. Aside from that, some of the furniture and accessories already needed replacements. It was time for something bright and better for both mom and daughter.

To make their unit as comfortable as possible, interior designer Meigan Tan stepped in to transform Lallaine’s living and dining areas. She chose a vibrant hue for the walls, added polished accessories, and reduced clutter with smart storage solutions.

Here are four things that we can learn from this makeover:

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How Much It Costs:

Blims
TV rack - P 1,948
Handyman Do It Center
oman shades (2 panels), shoe shelves, mirrors, frames, paint and paint materials - P 13,622
Our Home
Sofa and lamp - P 13,590
National Book Store
Corkboard - P 273
SM Homeworld
Area rug and tablecloth - P 1,905
Materials—including bench, shelves, and console table - P 2,537
Labor and Other Costs - P 4,295
Grand Total:
38,170

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