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15 Best Pinoy Celebrity Homes For Style Inspiration

These celebrity homes not only have star power, they've got cool design details that you can use as style pegs

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Photography: @aldrenrichards02 on Instagram & Rene Mejia (Main Photos)

We look at celebrities’ homes because we are curious about their lives, but the truth is, many of these homes are designed so well you can get a style peg or two out of each of them. We’ve rounded up 15 of these Pinoy celebs’ homes to give you a bit of decorating inspo.

John Lloyd Cruz


On this 1,100sqm corner property stands the actor’s French-Mediterranean family home, which is filled with narra furniture pieces, polished wooden floors, and an ornate staircase.

READ: John Lloyd Cruz’s Sprawling Family Home

Aljur Abrenica


This Quezon City property has many unique, industrial-themed features, such as the weathered brick walls, reclaimed wood accents, and funky murals.

READ: Aljur Abrenica’s Three-Storey Townhouse

Pokwang


The comedienne’s Antipolo property sports double-volume ceilings, linear architectural accents, and a color palette of beige, khaki, and orange.  

READ: Pokwang’s Modern Four-Storey House In Antipolo

Jennylyn Mercado


The Kapuso star took a non-feminine route for her bedroom, opting for weathered brick walls, a Chesterfield sofa, and raw concrete reminiscent of a New York apartment.

READ: Jennylyn Mercado’s Modern Two-Storey Home

James Yap


With its sleek, leather, metal, and wood furniture, shag carpets, and dark color scheme, the basketball star’s home is a dream man cave.

READ: James Yap’s Sleek And Modern Pad

Derek Ramsay


The actor’s Palawan glass house is filled with stunning artwork and designer furniture, including pieces by Kenneth Cobonpue and Ito Kish, and a kitchen by Poliform.

READ: Derek Ramsay’s Glass House In Palawan

Iza Calzado


Designer Nix Alañon gave his signature elegant-with-twist style to the actress’s expansive condo unit. Here, paneled walls serve as a subtle backdrop to the neutral-toned furniture from PhoeNix Home (the designer’s own line).

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READ: Iza Calzado’s Modern-Eclectic Condo Unit

Janice de Belen


There are lots of things to love in the actress’s home: the exuberant, vibrantly colored furniture, the eclectic mix of furniture pieces and accessories, and hip artwork.

READ: Janice de Belen’s Renovated Family Home

Sharon Cuneta


The Megastar’s Mandaluyong home is filled with restrained and timeless furniture pieces in elegant shades of mahogany, khaki, and green.

READ: Sharon Cuneta’s Elegant Family Home

Kris Aquino


Interior designer Rossy Yabut Rojales of Heim Interiors worked on the Queen-of-all-Media’s former Quezon City home. Here, an all-white palette and timeless furniture are updated with citrus accents of lime green and lemon yellow.

READ: Kris Aquino’s Former Three-Storey House In Quezon City

Alden Richards


The Victor Magtanggol star worked hard to save up to build his family home in Laguna. The interiors are tasteful and elegant, with traditional furniture in white, cream, and beige.

READ: Alden Richards’ Two-Storey House In Laguna

Willie Revillame


The TV show host’s Tagaytay house took inspiration from the Bulgari Hotel and Resort in Bali, Indonesia. The spacious home boasts designer furniture, such as this Italian Molteni & C dining set.

READ: Willie Revillame’s Enchanting House In Tagaytay

Coco Martin


The Ang Probinsyano star’s sprawling home resembles a resort, complete with pool, designer furniture, and tropical landscaping. Says the actor: “Bahay siya, pero ‘yong ambiance niya, nakaka-relax po, gano’n. Kaysa mag-hotel ka, di ba po?”

READ: Coco Martin’s 2000sqm Tropical-Inspired Dream Home

The Pacquiaos


One of the most stunning features of boxing champ and Senator Manny Pacquiao’s Forbes Park home is the outdoor area, which boasts travertine marble flooring and an immense lap pool that stretches towards the house.

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READ: Manny And Jinkee Pacquiao’s Modern Tropical House In Forbes Park

Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna


The absence of a gate in the newlywed couple’s home makes the tropical-modern architecture stand out.

READ: Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna’s Two-Storey House In Laguna

These houses all originally appeared in various issues of Yes! magazine.

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