We Love Isabelle Daza’s Modern Minimalist Living Room
Can you spot all the designer pieces she owns?
After seeing Solenn Heussaff’s Boho-inspired new home and Anne Curtis’s former condo unit with an eclectic style, it’s refreshing to catch a glimpse of Isabelle Daza’s house, with its chic modern minimalist aesthetic. Her recent post on Instagram turns the spotlight on her simple yet posh living area with its white walls, cement tiles, and touches of wood that add to the cozy vibe.
Of course, her chosen designer pieces cannot go unnoticed as well. Aside from being noteworthy investments, Isabelle’s living area must-haves not only make the space easy on the eyes, they promise comfort to the owners and their guests, too. Love the designer pieces? Here’s a rundown of the standouts in the actress’s living area:
The Togo from Ligne Roset
Considered as a classic and timeless piece, the Togo Sofa designed by Michel Ducaroy screams comfort and style. Simply looking at it would make you want to plop down, read a book, or even take a nap. Based on the photo she posted, it seems that Isabelle has a combination of the sofa without arms and a lounge—two seating picks that offer comfort like no other. Choosing to have the Togo in a neutral color completes the modern minimalist theme. Across the sofa is another seating piece that looks like the Togo Fireside Chair.
See a similar sofa in Derek Ramsay's house. Click here.
The Ploum from Ligne Roset
Though partly hidden from the frame, we can spot another seating piece that resembles the Ploum seating designed by R & E Bouroullec. While we can’t be sure if it’s a low back love seat or a low back medium sofa, one thing’s certain—guests would gladly lounge on it for hours. According to the Ligne Roset website, the Ploum features an ultra-soft foam and distinct dimensions that make sure the owners get to relax whether they’re stretching out or lying down.
Shop for Ligne Roset pieces at MOs Design, B2, 9th Avenue, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
The Eames Molded Plywood Coffee Table
In the middle of the space is a stunning piece that looks very familiar. An Eames classic, the Molded Plywood Coffee Table looks simple, but it’s a striking centerpiece that can liven up even the smallest living area.
Perhaps to match the coffee table, Belle also got an Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, which she posted separately.
Did you know that it’s recognized by Time magazine as the Best Design of the 20th Century? Elegant and comfortable, the iconic chair has lovely curves and is a product of years of experimentation by Charles and Ray Eames.
Shop for Eames pieces at CWC Interiors, W Global Center, 30th Street corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
To complete the look of her living area, Belle also got a lighting piece that doubles as wall accent.
The Anvers 3-Arm Lamp highlights adjustable arms—letting the owner direct the light where it’s needed—and sleek black patina steel finish. Find a similar piece at Steltz International, #20 F. Legaspi Street, Pasig City.
A textured area rug anchors and ties the look of the living area together, while another wooden side table holds speakers and other essentials. Shop for quality rugs at DecoLiving Manila.
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