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4 Design Ideas We Can Learn From Taco Vengo

Get inspired by a container van turned taqueria

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Photography: Edric Borja

When it comes to decorating our homes, we are always on the lookout for fresh ideas. We regularly read websites and magazines for tips, but sometimes inspiration can take us by surprise—it comes from people we meet or the places we go to.

One growing trend is turning container vans into small homes or even commercial spaces. A lot of people are open to do the switch because they are durable, quick to build, and relatively affordable. Taco Vengo, an up and coming restaurant along United Street in Kapitolyo, is proof that it is possible that you can turn such materials into a functional space.

Whether you're on the fence about converting your home or you simply want a more industrial feel, here are some design pointers we picked up that you can try out:  

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