Ultimate Makeover

Behind-the-Scenes of our 2015 Ultimate Makeover Shoot

Discover the heartwarming story behind this year's inspiring makeover

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When their seven-year-old son Luigi was diagnosed with leukemia, the priorities of Sonny and Mylah Quiboquibo shifted. From overseeing the completion of their home, they had to make sure that their son's needs are given.

Since Luigi can't just leave home, Mylah wanted to give him a space that he can call his own. Being chosen as this year's Ultimate Makeover winner was truly a blessing for the family of four. Design consultant Grace Moslares and her team at Magara Interiors were more than happy to be of help as they worked on the different bedrooms and the family room. Watch the inspiring transformation below.

Read more about the heartwarming story of the Quiboquibos in the September 2015 issue of Real Living Magazine, available at bookstores and newsstands near you! 

You may also download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.

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Family photos included in the video are by Michael Angelo Chua. Styling by Paula de Guzman.

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