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A Renovated Rest House in Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy revamped a family home after a devastating storm

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Photography: Marc Jao Interior Designer: Jean Suzanne Sy

When typhoon Glenda destroyed the roof and living room windows of this rest house in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, the homeowners saw it as a perfect opportunity to completely transform their home.

In order to enjoy a brand new start, the homeowners hired interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy to renovate their living, dining, and kitchen areas. Suzanne immediately fixed the damaged roof and windows and turned the once-loud and colorful space into a calm and relaxing haven for the family. 

Ready for your own makeover? Contact interior designer Jean Suzanne Sy at (0917) 540 9043.

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