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
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.
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The gateless property looks like the usual American shingle-roofed home. It presents a preview of what's inside—unassuming and simple, befitting the owner of the house.
Piolo’s family finds the entertainment area the most comfortable. It features a pair of heart-shaped accent chairs in a striking red color and is complimented by a black sectional sofa. A modern fireplace with glass cover is also in place, perfect for chilly days.
The living room is a reflection of Piolo's choice to keep things simple. Off-white walls, warm lighting, and well-chosen pieces with interesting designs make for a cozy ambiance.
Piolo may not know his way in his kitchen, but the area is still furnished well. The varnished wooden cabinets contrasts nicely with the sleek appliances in black.
This dining setup is seldom used since Piolo's family opt to eat in the kitchen's counter and four-seater round table. Even so, the space is still well-decorated with the contemporary chandelier and abstract images installed on the indigo walls.
The staircase features carpeted steps and risers, as well as a tubular metal handrail attached to the wall to provide support to those going up the second floor.
A queen-size bed with padded headboard and frame anchor the master bedroom. A leather recliner with a foot massager in the room also provides the actor with another option to relax.
For the master bedroom, the actor went for a black-and-white color scheme. Injecting color into the space is a replica painting of Pablo Picasso's Girl before a Mirror.
The master bedroom’s en suite sports a wooden vanity fitted with a white countertop. No partition separates the bed and bath, emphazing the private nature of his space.
Located near the pool, the patio has no walls hindering the air to circulate in this Zen-inspired spot.
A bear-shaped swimming pool takes up most of the space in the backyard. Piolo and his family did not notice the said shape until after Piolo himself saw it from the deck of his room.