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3 Questions to Ask Before Splurging on Home Must-Haves

This is a must-read for renters, too!

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Photography: Michael Angelo Chua and Dairy Darilag

Transitional homes are best for newlyweds because the space is fit for just the two of you. However, when you have kids, it's time to move into a bigger home where they can play, explore, and learn. If you are currently renting, we're guessing that you're a bit afraid to invest in home items and furniture.

To help you breeze through the process, interior designer and RL's associate stylist Tala Singson says it's best to consider asking yourself these questions first: 

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