Real Living (Philippines) - - La Union -

This cor­ner on the sec­ond floor of the shop houses var­i­ous sup­plies as well as in­abel fab­rics.

You can’t miss Balay Ni Atong, thanks to this gate in bright, pri­mary col­ors.

Atop Al’s home is his of­fice. This nook just out­side the open-air bath­room holds a ch­est brim­ming with more in­abel. Just out­side the win­dow is a view of a sleepy pas­ture.

Show­cased in the of­fice are these pil­lows dressed in dif­fer­ently pat­terned in­abel. Be­hind this bam­boo sofa is the bal­cony, which over­looks a small swim­ming pool.

An as­sort­ment of wo­ven bas­kets serve as hang­ing decor in this breezy work place. Op­po­site this vi­gnette is Al’s work area dressed up in flam­boy­ant Ori­en­tal hang­ing lamps.

There is no short­age of col­ors and as­sorted dé­cor in Al’s of­fice. Show­cased here are an eclec­tic mix of pieces he has col­lected from trade shows, trav­els, or friends.

(FAR LEFT) The area up­stairs is where Balay ni Atong’s prod­ucts are crafted. In­abel are made into bags or table­cloths (and other items) that fea­ture pretty pat­terns.

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