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Step Inside Ashley Garcia’s Danish Pastel Condominium

The Gen Z vlogger's penchant for Y2K fashion certainly extends to her interiors!

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Entering Ashley Garcia’s new condominium, what immediately captures your attention is the distinct use of color—and if you’re a longtime follower of the Gen Z YouTuber, then it’ll come as no surprise, given her penchant for Y2K-inspired fashion and pale hues! It obviously extends to her lifestyle too, what with the overall look of her new condominium. 

On her YouTube channel, the 22-year-old content creator shared how she transformed her 42 sqm, one-bedroom space into a minimalist space that suits her quirky personality. “Honestly, I was contemplating if I should go on a more practical side of furniture pieces and room decor—yung mga neutral colors talaga na black, white, etc. But then I realized, you know what, I’m still young and I only get to do this once so I’m going to decorate it into something that really screams me and my personality and who I am right now.”

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To help her put the entire thing together, she relied on the principles of the so-called Danish Pastel aesthetic, an interior design aesthetic that sparked in 2020 following the emergence of short-form video app TikTok. The style is characterized by funky Scandinavian furniture and accessories against fresh, well-lit white walls.

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Gone are the days when pastels feel too saccharine and usually signal an upcoming nursery station. Nowadays, milky-toned hues can be sophisticated, too. Think unassuming decor accents, playful aesthetic vibes, and quirky patterns.

If you’re looking to freshen up your space with the same aesthetic trend, check out Ashley's home transformation.

Take a peak inside Ashley Garcia's condominium:

BEFORE:


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AFTER:

LIVING ROOM

For her living room, Ashley kept her space fun with old-school and modern vinyl records, coupled with a plush sofa and her famous Ultrafagola mirror.




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KITCHEN

She added a dedicated coffee corner for her sister, a spot to house her mug collection, too!


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BEDROOM

Ashley demonstrates how to make the most out of a tiny space, incorporating a walk-in closet and workspace into her chic bedroom.


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