8 Interesting Bathrooms of Pinoy Celebrities
Manny Pacquiao, Dingdong Dantes, Bianca King, Pauleen Luna, and Bea Alonzo take us inside their well-appointed private spaces
In the past, designing the house of your dreams meant focusing only on the façade or the living room because of limited time, budget, and materials. However, with the new types of furniture, furnishings, and fixtures available in the market, your personality can now shine through in every part of your home.
Showbiz personalities Manny Pacquiao, Dingdong Dantes, Bianca King, Pauleen Luna, and Bea Alonzo prove that once-plain areas like bathrooms can look so much better with handpicked pieces and personalized details.
The boxing legend’s powder room has a rich, luxurious feel. Tiles of different sizes and materials make the area more interesting. A round mirror and a tall glass vase with a cherry blossom branch complete the space.
The master bathroom stands out because of its clean, sleek, and minimalist design. It features a glass-paneled shower area and a sauna-equipped bathtub. Bath towels and other essentials are kept on a black iron stand. For an unexpected pop of color, the area is crowned with a red and white chandelier with corkscrew-shaped details.
Bianca’s bathroom has the same rustic and charming feel as the rest of her two-bedroom, two-bathroom Taguig townhouse. The gray walls serve as the perfect backdrop for the white fixtures and furniture. To add more color to the predominantly neutral space, turquoise knobs were used for the cabinet underneath the sink.
Pauleen's private bathroom is accessible through her personal walk-in closet.
The space has a glass-enclosed shower, corner whirlpool tub, and a sink with a lot of counter space for her toiletries and makeup.
Bea’s master bathroom also has a sophisticated look. The en suite bathroom is divided into four separate areas for the bath, shower, sink, and toilet. The claw-foot tub is paired with a palo china tray that can hold scented candles and other bath essentials. The space even has a personal sauna so that Bea can relax in the comfort of her own home.
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