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An Eclectic Home for a Celebrity Chef

A celebrity chef mixes budget-friendly pieces and exotic finds in her own home.

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Original Article: Angelo Comsti Photography: Paolo Feliciano Pictorial Direction: Nat M. Clave Styling: Dagny Madamba

When beauty-queen-turned-TV-chef Sabrina Artadi moved into a new house a few years ago, she wanted the space to be warm, cozy and comfortable. The host of the cooking show Sabrina's Kitchen combined decorating techniques for an eclectic style with strong Moroccan, African and pan-Asian flavors.

To make the small house seem larger than it really is, Sabrina chose low walls that are only about four feet high and surrounded the space with lush greenery. She also installed folding doors to let the sunlight and breeze in.

Original article by Angelo Comsti. Pictorial direction by Nat M. Clave. Styling by Dagny Madamba. Photographed by Paolo Feliciano.

Read the original article ("Cooked to Perfection") 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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