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Check out Heart Evangelista's Minor Home Improvement Projects During ECQ

Real Living logo Real Living 4/20/2020 Rachelle Siazon for Pep.ph

Heart Evangelista has been busy doing minor improvements in her home during the ongoing community quarantine.

Taken from her Instagram Stories, see how Heart transforms her home using her creativity and the available stuff she has.

1. Mix and match

Heart spruces up this space, which looks like an entertainment room, by replacing a round side table with an eye-catching octagonal piece.

a large red chair in a room © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

The piece was a gift from a home store.

an office with a desk and chair in a room © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

Heart also adds a bit of fun, pop, and kistch into the room with a Spongebob plushie, a Milka figure, and what seems to be a Tom-and-Jerry-inspired manekineko to bring good luck in. Of course, the space won't be complete without a framed photo of her beloved doggo Panda.

a group of items on display © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

2. Recycle old decors

Heart recycles the faux flowers from last year's Christmas tree. With the help of her quarantine companions, she puts them in pots and glass vases to provide a natural-looking accent to her space.

a group of people sitting at a table with a flower © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

Two pots are placed in the waiting area outside her walk-in closet.

a dining room table © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

A pot of dried flowers that Heart managed to preserve sits beside a terrace chair.

a cake sitting on top of a table © Provided by Real Living

IMAGE iamhearte | Instagram

3. Use DIY frames for doodles and drawings

For people who are into arts like Heart, this quarantine period is the best time to get creative and make artsy doodles and colorful sketches.

If your work will look good on the wall, then find an old but still-pretty shoe box and use the lid as a makeshift picture frame.

Check out Heat's quick DIY video.

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A post shared by Roxy Coco (@roxycoco12) on Apr 19, 2020 at 2:52am PDT

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Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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