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Piolo Pascual’s Neo-Eclectic Home in Las Vegas

This Kapamilya actor’s home is a reflection of his sensible choices and his preference for simplicity

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Original Article: Gabby Reyes Libarios Photography: Roy Macam Pictorial Direction: Gabriel Villegas

From its facade which blends with the rest of the homes in the neighborhood down to the fixtures and furnishings in the interiors, Piolo Pascual’s two-storey, four-bedroom dwelling in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA is as low-key and as understated as it can get, and it’s exactly how he wants it to be.

The 260sqm home is located in a private neighborhood, ideal for the actor who understandably desires some breather from his busy life as a celebrity. “It’s very comfortable here. Secluded ’yong area and tahimik,” he says.

Piolo did not make any major changes when he moved into this house, but some decorating was done to personalize things a bit. He entrusted this task to his sister Patricia, resulting in a Neo-eclectic home with modern and hip design elements.

Read the original article in YES! Celebrity Homes Special 2013 issue. To download a digital copy of YES!, visit Summit Newsstand at http://summitnewsstand.com.ph/yes-magazine.

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