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Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico are Moving Into A New Home

It's slightly bigger than their condo unit!

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It seems that celebrity couple Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico are ready to move into their new home. The artist/actress shared updates on Instagram as they go through packing and unpacking their furniture and belongings.

In a series of posts, Solenn gave her followers a quick glimpse of their spacious kitchen and living areas. The Kapuso actress-host is particularly excited to use the kitchen, which is much bigger than the cooking area in their condo unit.

She also looks forward to filling up her huge refrigerator with fresh ingredients and cooking healthy meals with her new La Germania stove.

 

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The interiors of the new house will showcase a mix of Filipino, French, and Argentinean designs—representing both Solenn and Nico's cultural backgrounds.

In a previous interview, the actress gave key details on the elements that will be present in the house. "Like my house now, may mix na konting Argentinian dahil sa metals and everything. Tapos may konting French dahil sa walls and medyo eclectic na bohemian ako. So parang ganun, very homey. Ayoko ng super rigid like malinis lahat, na lahat maputi. Ayoko yung ganyan, dapat yung chill lang."

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The best part about having a bigger space? She can finally display her artwork!

This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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