Kim Chiu's Pink Condo is Her 'Secret Hideout'
She went for a pink and rose gold motif
Kim Chiu is back with another YouTube vlog, and this time, she's giving us a tour of her recently renovated condo. Fun fact: This place is her home away from home and she even calls it her secret hideout! According to Kim, "Most of the time, ako lang talaga mag-isa rito. Dito ako nagmumuni-muni. Dito ako nakakapag-isip kasi ang tahimik." It's where she likes to spend time alone, for all things self-care and self-love. Check it out:
She starts by showing her mini kitchen, with her collection of mugs, plates, and bowls.
Just across the kitchen is a simple dining area. It has her cute pink tea set which matches very well with the chic bar chairs.
Kim also mentioned that she wanted to add "greenery" to her space. Throughout the video, you'll see that she placed several fake plants all around her unit. In fact, she even suggested that it's a good alternative if you're the type who doesn't have that much time to take care of real ones.
Spotted: another pink furniture piece! This wingback chair adds a quirky daintiness to the space.
Another item we noticed was Kim's sofa bed from Ashley Furniture. Kim revealed that this is actually the spot where she sleeps! Take a look at the transformation below.
As she talked about this condo that she acquired in 2015, Kim shared, "Ngayong quarantine kasi parang pina-realize sa'tin na maganda pala sa bahay. Alis tayo ng alis, travel tayo nang travel, tira tayo nang tira [sa] ibang lugar, pero mas maganda palang mag-invest sa bagay na alam mong sa'yo." She added, "Best investment talaga ng money mo is to really buy a property. Might as well buy something for yourself that you will really be proud of."
Watch Kim Chiu give a tour of her "secret hideout" below.
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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.
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