RL Makeovers: An Industrial-Pinoy Feel for the Boys' Bedroom
Interior designer Anais Silvestre used old wood panels, colorful banig, and other interesting pieces for this kiddie area
Homeowners Mayee and Mayk Marzan's three-storey house was already impressive. The couple complemented their industrial-inspired bare cement walls with rustic Pinoy pieces. However, some of the areas still needed improvement, including the bedroom of eleven-year-old Enzo and seven-year-old Inigo. The space only had mattresses for the boys to sleep on and a few old pieces that no longer look good or function well.
To give the boys a better place for studying, playing, and sleeping, interior designer Anais Silvestre worked on the space. She built a bunk bed using metal angle bars and plywood sheets purchased from Handyman and colorful banig from Baler, Quezon. She also used old wood panels to make a cabinet, shelves, and other pieces.
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