Manila Times - - BUILD & DESIGN -

The liv­ing room is sleek and mod­ern, with pops of color to liven up the place.

An­other no­table light fix­ture is lo­cated in the kitchen. Metal­lic lines keep the in­dus­trial and con­tem­po­rary feel of the home.

Art­work placed in ran­dom cor­ners bring life and cre­ate in­ter­est­ing con­trast to the min­i­mal­ist in­te­rior. The din­ing room opens up to the lanai, which fea­tures a beau­ti­ful lounge. Mean­while, the gar­den pro­vides a re­lax­ing back­drop for the gazebo, where the fam­ily usu­ally re­tires to un­wind from the day’s ac­tiv­i­ties.

The game room is ti­died up af­ter ev­ery use. All toys and col­lectibles are or­ga­nized in shelves, boxes and cab­i­nets but they al­ways make sure to have time for fun. said as I asked why they chose play, gusto niyabare lang. Pi­nagth­ese types of in­te­rior. Clearly, bi­gyan niya lang ako( laughs). they wanted sim­ple ac­cents and Bas­tasabiko sim­ple at kon­ti­lang­na­clean lines.

Their in­te­rior is a mix of dis­plays, but he re­lented when I mod­ern, min­i­mal­ist and con­said they would be sim­ple and tem­po­rary de­signs, which the there would be just a few pieces.)” cou­ple per­son­al­ized with pops of col­or­ful ac­ces­sories for a touch of play­ful­ness.

Dra. Duque says she’s re­spon­si­ble for adding the col­or­ful dis­play pieces, a com­pro­mise to her husband’s de­sire for sim­ple earth col­ors and min­i­mal­ist decor.

“Noon ayawniyayung may dis-

Tex­ture com­bi­na­tions

Be­lieve it or not, this home was not styled by an in­te­rior dec­o­ra­tor. Ev­ery de­tail is the hand­i­work of the cou­ple, with only mi­nor help on color com­bi­na­tions from an in­te­rior de­signer friend.

Each part of the house show­cases tex­ture com­bi­na­tions, with unique ac­cents bring­ing old and new to­gether. Aside from that, there is an il­lu­sion of bring­ing in the out­doorsthrough faux plants, which make the space lively and green. A throne- like seat is sit­u­ated near the entrance, mag­ni­fy­ing the majesty of this home. Upon en­ter­ing, the wall greets you with a state­ment with­its paved sim­ple 3D pat­tern. On the left is one of their fa­vorites— a se­cret pas­sage to the com­fort room, blended.

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