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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.

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