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Modern-meets-Rustic Style for a Family Home in San Juan

Interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy worked with neutral shades and contemporary pieces with vintage-style details for a four-storey townhouse

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Photography: Marc Jao Pictorial Direction: Therese Dehesa Interior Designer: Jean Suzanne Sy

What's so great about living in the heart of the city? For the couple who owns this four-storey townhouse, urban living is ideal because it brings them closer to loved ones, work, school, and other things that matter to them! However, every now and then, being in the midst of everything can make any homeowner want to take a break and get away from it all.

To help them get the best of both worlds— the conveniences of city living and the comforts of a rest house in the province, interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy filled the space with earth colors and modern items with rustic touches

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