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A Charming Weekend Hideaway in Tagaytay

A charming sanctuary inspired by its peaceful and tranquil surroundings

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: Paolo Feliciano Styling: Dagny Madamba and Tala Singson

The design of a space can be a reflection of the homeowner's personal style, hobbies, and interests. It can also be influenced by the surroundings. In the case of this weekend home in Tagaytay, interior designer Vera Villarosa and architect Hector Ligeralde chose a country theme to complement the land on which the property stands.

The house built for a soon-to-retire entrepreneur has classic details: a white picket fence, double doors, and an exterior finish that resembles traditional American clapboard siding. Inside, the rest of the space is just as quaint and romantic.

Read the original article ("Provincial Bliss") in the October 2014 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App now! Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details. 

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