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Get the Look of a Modern Tropical Rest House in Tagaytay

Turn your home into a peaceful sanctuary with these 9 furniture and accessory picks

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Photography: Miguel Nacianceno (main photo) and William Ong (products)

Interior designer Chris Umali used white walls, wooden furniture, plush materials, and nature-inspired touches for her family's vacation home in Tagaytay. In the living room, Chris paired custom-made furniture pieces with family heirlooms. 

To create a similar calm and relaxing feel in your own space, here are 9 must-haves from SM Home.

Click here to see more photos and view the full home tour.

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