A Living and Dining Area Makeover for a Young Couple for P80,000
Interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino transformed a plain space into a country-inspired sanctuary
Homeowners Reinier and Jennie Tatlonghari agree that, as far as houses go, their first place together was not that bad. It had good furniture pieces, decent paint on the walls, and no major structural defects. However, they felt that the home lacked character and personality.
To turn the house into a home for the young couple, interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino gamely stepped in. After meeting with Reinier and Jennie and looking at their living, dining, and kitchen areas, Hannah decided on a country-inspired style.
Here are the 5 things that we can learn from the space that now has a warm, cozy, and comfortable feel:
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