Chic Peek: #4

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Hello! Welcome to our latest Chic Peek installation! We are beyond thrilled to show you one of the loveliest homes we’ve every been to— #4’s spacious, sunny and happy abode.

A plush red velvet chair sits at the landing overlooking the gorgeous garden.

A beautiful piece by Sanso greets you upon entering the front door.

Their comfortable and luxe light-filled living room.

Travel and fashion books sit on top of the spacious coffee table. Books available at National Bookstore Best Sellers.

Chandelier from Azcor.

The beautiful console table was purchased from Kultura

A pretty Malang painting on the living room wall.

Artwork by the couple’s 3 year old.

The “throne” from Far East Furniture. The side table was a DIY project. They used a steel pipe to join together 2 pieces of leftover wood.

Chandelier from Azcor.

Mixing high and low. An antique chest is used as a buffet table. A painting purchased from Boracay gives the space a nice pop of color.

The spacious kitchen.

The new arrival’s clothes are used as display pieces. The nail head love seat is from Crossings Department Store.

The lovely corner in the master’s bedroom

Artwork by Obemio.

Vanity table ceramics are from Dimensione.

1) Define your style: I like using natural, organic materials. Very Earthy.

2) Describe your home in 3 words: Comfortable. Open. Casual.

3) What are your shopping haunts for home decor: I shop everywhere! I like going to Crossings Department Store, Kultura, and Far East Furniture. I go to Azcor for my lighting fixtures.

4) Please give us a couple of your favorite decorating tips: 1) Mix and Match, you don’t want your home to look stiff. 2) Mix high with low. 3) Frequent blogs, look at magazines for inspirations. I like looking at www.houzz.com, I even have the App! 4) Mix your children’s artwork with paintings of more established artists. They add personality to your home. 5) If you love something, buy it! Sometimes when you go back, they’re no longer available. 6) Don’t waste anything! Sometimes scraps of wood from previous projects can be reworked into a new wonderful piece. (Case in point: the side table beside #4’s “throne”.)

Photos: C

Words: L