In­te­rior De­signer Vera VIl­larosaorIla Gives TIPs on Shar­ing a bed­room With Kids

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Re­membe that it’s still youR bed oom. “Pick the colors you want kasi it’s still your room,” Vera advises par­ents. “It’s not the room of the kid. Lalaki yung bata even­tu­ally, tapos hindi na­man niya ’yon maaalala, and he’ll have his own room.” ut make a com­pRo­mise. Da­pat merong kid’s cor­ner, pero hindi rin da­pat ga­nun ka-kid­die para pag­pa­sok ng par­ents, hindi nila ma-feel na hindi nila room ‘yon. It doesn’t have to be color­ful.” Vera sug­gests adding kid­die touches by way of small pat­terned or printed ac­ces­sories and toys. “Uso na

ngayon yung neu­tral colors for kids’ rooms and ba­bies’ rooms.” pick play­ful ac­ces­soRies, not nec­es­saR­ily toys. Take, for in­stance, the dec­o­ra­tive air­plane that hangs above Josh’s study desk. “Hindi sila toys, pero matu­tuwa pa rin yung kids.”

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“Tatlo yung rooms namin, pero la­hat dun,

may gamit kami. So ngayon, mas cen­tral­ized na,” says Kristine. This ad­justable shelf from Handy­man holds many stor­age boxes from Robin­sons Depart­ment Store that can cor­ral the fam­ily’s per­sonal be­long­ings in one spot.

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