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Vice Ganda's Streamlined Three-Storey Home

In stark contrast to his jolly personality we see on TV, the home highlights a straightforward, modern style with no frills

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Original Article: Gabby Reyes Libarios Photography: Dakila Angeles Styling: Gabriel Villegas Design Consultant: Avelle Francisco

Whether you watch his TV shows regularly or you’re one of his followers on social media, you’ll know that Vice Ganda has a fun, colorful, and busy life. While we often see him throwing jokes, making people laugh, and donning the quirkiest of outfits, his home life tells a different story. “Simple lang talaga ako. Siguro ‘yung mundong ginagalawan ko ang komplikado…Gusto ko natural,” he says.

With the help of design consultant Avelle Francisco, Vice was able to achieve a haven that’s perfect for time away from the spotlight. His three-storey home in Quezon City features a monochromatic palette, sleek furniture pieces, and modern accessories that go well together to create a bright, relaxing, and organized look.

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