7 Design Lessons We Can Learn From Zambawood
Achieve that posh look for less inspired by this calming beach resort
“Decorating is simply putting the pieces that you love together, there's no rule. Your eyes are your guide. As long as the colors match, the pieces are streamlined, mixed with interesting pieces, a personalized look is achieved. As long as the walls and the floors are neutral, it becomes your canvas. Moving the pieces around could be seamless and quite fun,” says architect Rachel Harrison, the creative mind behind Zambawood in San Narciso, Zambales.
The nature-inspired 500sqm house is built on a one-hectare fenced property in their family’s ancestral land. The surrounding area is 26 hectares of open spaces, surrounded by pine trees and just a stroll away, you can jump into the West Philippine Sea. Julyan’s Pine Beach Farm, an organic farm supervised by Rachel’s son, borders it, too.
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