IN MINT CONDITION. The kitchen sports a splash of color with mint green cabinets. A clever feature: the cabinets are raised “para walang daga,” explains the designer. It’s also easier to spot any leaks. The owner loves to cook, and the open kitchen makes it conducive to entertaining. “Today, I noticed it’s no longer very formal. Most homes now like it open already,” notes Tito.
1. THREADBARE. This spoolshaped candle on a silver holder adds texture to the side table vignette in the living area. Find similar at Our Home.
2. GLASS ACT. The bar cart, placed strategically in the dining area, is adorned not only with unopened liquor but also with empty bottles that have interesting silhouettes that the owner brought home from Europe.
3. KAMPAI! Liqour bottles like these can also serve as decor pieces. Find similar bottles when you visit Japanese or Korean food stores.
4. LIGHT AND SHINE. These candles in silver pots on the dining table give an elegant touch and can provide additional ambient lighting for intimate dinners. Find similar votive pots at Our Home.