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7 Easy Steps for a Kitchen Sink Makeover Under P1000

Entrepreneur and stylist Beam Mariano shares a step-by-step guide on transforming an old kitchen fixture

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Photography: Beam Mariano and Vincent Coscolluela

When I moved into my 30sqm apartment, I found out that the kitchen sink was not the industrial stainless steel kind that the manufacturers advertised! The old sink had rust spots and discoloring on some parts.

Since I couldn't spend a lot of money, I couldn’t replace my unit’s default sink with the brand-new porcelain sink of my dreams. So, I researched online and looked for ideas on how to improve my existing sink.

If you are on a tight decorating budget (like me!), check out the 6 steps that I followed for an upgraded sink:

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