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Contrasting Ideas Create a Seamless Starter Home

With a little compromise and help from an interior designer, this three-storey home is now a bright and youthful home for a starting family

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: Tammy David Pictorial Direction: Rachelle F. Medina and Nat M. Clave Design Consultant: Elle Uy

When the Tans acquired their humble, three-storey townhouse, it wasn’t the picturesque home young married couples wish to move into. It was gloomy and old—filled with dark wood and plain white walls. But that didn’t stop the Tan couple from creating a happy livable home they could call their own. After seeking the help of interior decorator Elle Uy, the couple was able to spruce up the space into a bright, dreamy townhouse that perfectly suited their tastes.

Colorful, light, and airy were elements of the vision that the twosome had for their home. Pale blue walls and stark white furniture eliminate any dreary atmosphere. Pops of color from the teal door and yellow sofa add a playfulness the couple wished for their space. Everything combined results in a sunny ambiance that opens up the space perfect for a comfortable home life for the couple.

Original article by Katherine Lopez. Pictorial Direction by Rachelle F. Medina and Nat M. Clave. Photographed by Tammy David.

Read the original article ("A Colorful Union") in the September 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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