7 Things to Love in a 31sqm Condo Along Roxas Boulevard
Find out what we liked the best in this one-bedroom condo designed by interior designer Ben Francis Nasayao
What can you do with a bare unit in a high-rise residential building? Many homeowners believe that you need a lot of money to transform an empty space. However, interior designer Ben Francis Nasayao proved that there are many things that you can do, even on a limited budget!
Here are the 7 things that we appreciated in this one-bedroom condo in Manila:
The living and dining area is furnished with affordable department store pieces! The gray sofa and the dining table were purchased at SM Home.
Did you know that you can change the living area without an expensive renovation? You simply need to have better furniture and accessories!
Interior designer Ben Francis Nasayao complemented the gray sofa, identical stools, and area rug with an interesting stool from C&C.
Another budget-friendly way to instantly change the living area is to bring in wall art and soft furnishings!
Ben immediately spruced up this particular space with framed botanical prints and different throw pillows.
There are also many affordable ways to spruce up a small kitchen and dining area!
To open up this particular space, Ben chose a wall mirror from Dimensione. Since the wall mirror looks like an actual window, it makes the room look more spacious than it actually is!
You can also liven up the kitchen and dining area without spending too much money. You only need colorful dinnerware and interesting decorative touches.
If you don't have a lot of space or money, you should consider making the most of your walls. You can install wall-mounted shelves and display eye-catching pieces.
These shelves are adorned with glass mason jars, ceramic jars, and wooden racks.
If you also have a small master bedroom, you should consider using a lot of white. White walls, white furniture, and white accessories can do wonders for a limited area.
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