Asian Design for an 82sqm Mandaluyong Condo
A dramatic and opulent space transformed into a more refined one-bedroom bachelor pad.
Changing the look of any home can be as simple as removing some of the furniture pieces. In the case of this 82sqm condo owned by Dr. Rommel Caballes, taking away some of the existing items in the home has created a lasting impression. While the space still has the same Asian Maximalist style, it now has a more elegant and sophisticated appeal.
The cosmetic surgeon moved some of the old pieces out of the bachelor pad to make more space and breathe new life into the bachelor pad. In the living room, the tall, intimidating Buddha figures have been replaced with a large nature aquarium for a calming effect. A new color scheme of beige and white adds to the polished look of the home.
Original article by Katherine Lopez. Pictorial direction by Nat M. Clave. Photographed by Paolo Feliciano.
Read the original article (“Nip and Tuck”) in the August 2013 issue of Real Living Magazine. To download a digital copy of Real Living Magazine, visit Summit Newsstand at https://summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living.
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