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Mini Makeovers: An Instant Bathroom Update Under P5,000

Are you renting a condo unit and can't re-tile or change your bath fixtures? Give your bathroom a fresh update in six easy steps.

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: Michael Angelo Chua Styling: Tala Singson

If you’re renting a home in an apartment or condo unit, we’re sure you’ve encountered some bathroom blues, especially if you’ve been stuck with a boring, outdated loo that you can’t re-tile or renovate, just because your lease states it.

But you can give your rental’s bathroom a mini-makeover simply by changing or adding on accessories that are functional, but full of personality. Interior designer and stylist Tala Singson shows us how: 

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How Much It Costs:

H&M Home
Bathmat - P 299
Hamper - P 899
Hand Towel (set of 2) - P 499
Bath Towel - P 899
Shower Curtain - P 1,490
Domesticity
Vanity Tray - P 535
Grand Total:
4,621

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