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10 Pieces Inspired by a Filipino House in Manila Starting at P500

Update the look of a Pinoy home with these furniture and accessories

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Photography: Miguel Nacianceno (Main Photo) Styling: Dagny Madamba

In the Philippines, most houses are passed down from one generation to another. Filipino families often live in the same home for many years. When grandparents, parents, children, and other relatives make memories under one roof for a long time, the place becomes extra special and meaningful.

However, most family homes, especially those filled with traditional wooden furniture, can look drab, dark, and neglected. If you want to make your old home feel like new again, here are 10 furniture and accessories worth a second look:

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