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Heart Evangelista’s Elegant Townhouse in Quezon City

Her home is filled with classic touches and sophisticated accessories

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Original Article: Candice Lim-Venturaza Photography: Rene Mejia

Actress Heart Evangelista considers her Quezon City townhouse the place where she did a lot of growing up. This is, after all, the home she moved into right before marrying Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero.

Living alone for the first time at the age of 29—away from the comfort of having her parents around—Heart learned to take care of herself and manage a household. “Malaki ang mga pinagbago ko talaga, sobra,” she says. Her newfound independence and maturity are clearly reflected in the way she designed this townhouse, too. While feminine elements are still present, they are set against neutral-hued walls and complemented with accessories that exude easy elegance—perfect for a young woman transitioning to be a wife.

Read the original article in the April 2014 issue of Yes! Magazine. To download a digital copy of YES! Magazine, visit Summit Newsstand at  http://summitnewsstand.com.ph/yes-magazine.

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