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Mini Makeovers: From a Drab Bodega to a Charming Home Office

Interior designer Kat Villanueva added whimsical details and storage solutions to make the most of this once neglected room

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Photography: Michael Angelo Chua Interior Designer: Kat Villanueva

Makeovers inspire us in a lot of ways. Aside from giving us tons of ideas for the home, these transformations also prove that even the tiniest of rooms has a lot of potential—all you have to do is be creative and study how you can add storage spots and make it seem brighter.

This spare room has become a bodega over time. The owners have always wanted to renovate it into a home office or guest room, but they never had the chance to work on it. With the help of interior designer Kat Villanueva, it's now a welcoming den, home office, and guest room in one—a special place where the owners can spend quality time doing the things they love.

Here are design and decorating ideas to remember as inspired by this transformation:

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