Whatever changes—big or small—to make something better should be celebrated with aplomb. And what better way to celebrate a decade of the Philippine’s best selling home magazine than with a new logo for our readers, old and new?

A new logo is a prelude to the many things that Real Living promises as it celebrates its tenth year this July. The logo is now bolder, fresher, and easier to read. It has evolved much from its original slim-font logo when it was launched way back in July of 2003, to its neat, boxed logo from 2005, to the friendlier, rounder, and bigger logos when it was re-launched in 2009.

While the overall look of the magazine has changed (it has evolved throughout the years, just like a cozy home), the content is still attainable to our readers. And we will continue to dish out more design, home maintenance, and makeover tips, inspiring all homeowners to create their own dream abode.

Real Living is continually evolving, but one thing remains constant: it gets better every time.

Interested to see how the Real Living logo has changed over the years? Check out the gallery below!

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