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An Industrial-Style Home Filled With Vintage and Resurrected Finds

Secondhand buys mixed with huge artworks create a casual nest for a family of five

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Original Article: Cecil Jusi-Baltasar Photography: Dairy Darilag Styling: Dagny Madamba and Tala Singson

Nowadays, the industrial style is all the rage. Everyone seems to be leaving their concrete floors unwaxed and their furniture pieces unpolished. But what sets this bungalow, split-level home apart from the others is the abundance of art and vintage pieces nestled within its walls. Some people may call all these knickknacks "junk," but for this couple living in the house with their sons, these are treasured finds.

The lady of the house says, "We don't want a picture-perfect house. We want to create an atmosphere where people will feel right at home in our house, where they don't feel ilang." In this property, nothing looks formal or contrived, just the way the couple envisioned it.

Read the original article ("Bold Moves") in the February 2016 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App. Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.

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