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6 Designer Pieces Found in Coco Martin’s Home

Take a peek inside the actor's resort-like haven in Quezon City

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After years of saving up and hard work, many of us reward ourselves with a dream property filled with only the best—from the furniture and décor, to the appliances and tiny accessories. There are also those who splurge on an artwork or a designer piece to give the home an extra oomph.

Inside Coco Martin’s modern, resort-like property are a few handpicked must-haves by world-renowned designers Kenneth Cobonpue and Vito Selma. To give you an exclusive peek into Coco’s home life, here are some of the pieces we loved in his inviting space:

1. The Link Collection

Guests would surely love the open areas within the property that make use of natural light. These are perfect spots for afternoon coffee and entertaining visitors. In one of these areas, the sofa set with purple cushions from Kenneth Cobonpue's Link Collection takes center stage. The modular design complements the sleek columns and posts of the home.

2. The Croissant Set

True to its warm and welcoming ambiance reminiscent of resorts, Coco's house features beautiful outdoor areas. The gazebo is meant for relaxing and taking a break from a grueling work schedule. What better way to complete this spot than with the Croissant set? Known for its distinct shape and ergonomic design, these pieces by Kenneth Cobonpue are perfect for lounging around and bonding with family.

3. The Bloom Chair

A few steps from the gazebo and pool is the cabana that also serves as guest room when they have visitors over. To break the monotony of the earth colors used in the space, a yellow Bloom chair, also by Cobonpue, sits prettily in a corner, adding a pop of color. A touch of yellow works well with the browns, neutrals, and greens in the room.

4. The Wave Dining Table

Another Cobonpue masterpiece, this 12-seater dining table features wooden elements that would remind you of ocean waves—a fitting choice for a spacious home with tropical-inspired elements.

5. The Arata Dining Chairs

Completing the dining area are the Arata chairs by Vito Selma. Its shape and form complement that of the Wave dining table's—creating a streamlined look.

6. The Paisley Chair

Coco's living area is dominated by neutrals. Warm light keep it from being too dull while a huge artwork by Trek Valdizno liven up the wall. Two Paisley chairs by Vito Selma serve as accent pieces—carefully placed in between the sofa sets.

Planning to invest in a piece by Kenneth Cobonpue and Vito Selma? Take note of these details:

Kenneth Cobonpue

  • The Residences, San Lorenzo Tower, Entrance at Esperanza St., corner Arnaiz Ave., Greenbelt, Makati City
  • kennethcobonpue.com

 

Vito Selma

  • Don Sergio Suico St., Canduman, Mandaue City 6014, Cebu, Philippines
  • info[at]vitoselma.com | vitoselma.com

 

Coco Martin's home tour originally appeared in the 2015 issue of YES! Celebrity Homes. For a complete feature, visit pep.ph. To download a digital copy of YES!, visit Summit Newsstand at http://summitnewsstand.com.ph/yes-magazine.

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