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12 Pieces Inspired by a 54sqm Condo in Quezon City Starting at P200

Create an eclectic bohemian home with these 11 furniture and accessories

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Photography: Paolo Feliciano (Main Photo), Dairy Darilag and Kurt Alvarez (products) Styling: Tala Singson

How can you make a rented condo feel like home? You can furnish your new space with antique pieces and other beautiful things that remind you of the people and places that you love!

For her rented 54sqm unit in Quezon City, Steph Tan brought in an old bed, chairs, and furniture pieces from her parents' house. She completed the place with a banig and other rustic touches that make her think of her hometown in Zamboanga.

If you would like to create a cozy and comfortable rented property, you should consider these furniture and accessories:

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