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Chic Peek: Mia Y. Marchadesch-Jaranilla

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It’s been awhile since our last Chic Peek.. and we’re back with a brand new one that we are absolutely crazy about! Today we’re launching our very first International Chic Peek– Bangkok.

Get to know Mia Y. Marchadesch-Jaranilla, mom, blogger, photographer and well basically your all-around super woman. Take a peek into her gorgeous abode and learn about her styling tips and tricks. Without further ado.. here’s Mia!


I am Mia Y. Marchadesch-Jaranilla.  I am an expat wife to my husband Jay, and mother to 3 children , Daniella, Paolo and Menca.  We have been away from the Philippines since 2006.  Our first posting was in Singapore and lived there for 4.5 years. We are now  based in Bangkok, Thailand.  We moved here in 2010,  been here for three years now.  
On my spare time, I am a freelance lifestyle photographer.  I shoot mainly portraits, interiors and a bit of food.  I’m also a lifestyle blogger who blogs about anything chic simple sustainable living. I reinvented my site and rolled my Photography, Graphic Design and my blog into one, and is now called (       
Another on my plate is I am a art  collector & freelance art dealer.  I collect and deal mainly Philippine Art .  I recently soft launched my art site called MIArt (  
Dining Cobonpue
We were so lucky to find a townhouse with an open space concept , so airy and homey. 
Here,  I mixed classic , modern and traditional .  Green Yoda chair by Kenneth Cobonpue;  Red painting by Philippine Negrense artist Roderrick Tijing,  and the one by the dining is by Lotsu Manes.
Tip. Convert a dead space into something useful.  I could not hang a painting here so i converted it into a BlackBoard wall.
A chair is still a chair even with books on it.  Chair by Budji Layug. Pink Pig sculpture by Ronald Ventura,  Bronze sculpture by Indian artist P. Gnana of Gallery of Gnani Arts
A Medley of Philippine Art: Alcuaz, Aviado, Baluyot, Garibay, Marin, Ventura.

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