7 Things to Love About This 220sqm House in Pasig
Find out what impressed us the most in this family home in the city
Homeowners Gerald and Rochelle Javier completely renovated their family's two-storey house in Pasig. The result is a modern-meets-rustic space defined by a clean color palette, budget-friendly pieces, and interesting DIY projects.
Ready for your own makeover? Contact interior decorator and events stylist Rochelle Javier at (0927) 463 7248.
The living area is personalized with a wooden ceiling treatment and blue French doors.
However, if you do not have the time, budget, or energy to install permanent fixtures, you should consider antique furniture and decor. Homeowner Rochelle spruced up this particular space with a vintage ice shaver from her mother-in-law Esther.
Rochelle hired workers to tear down the old walls and create one living, kitchen, and dining area. The lack of walls makes the limited space seem larger than it really is.
Instead of a full wall, the dining area is separated from the kitchen with a built-in bench. The wooden bench divides the two spaces and serves as a comfortable seat for family and friends.
The whitewashed cabinets, polished backsplash tiles, and spotless countertops help create a clean and streamlined kitchen. This pristine look makes the space appear more inviting and interesting.
Who doesn't love a multipurpose piece? This wooden panel is used to decorate a plain white wall and to store cooking essentials.
You may order customized furniture from interior decorator and events stylist Rochelle Javier at (0927) 463 7248.
The master bedroom is defined by the sophisticated gray walls, the fully upholstered gray headboard, and the understated decorative touches. We especially love the glass feathers attached to the wall right above the bed.
The master bathroom is completed with his-and-her sinks—these are great to have in any couple's private space! Separate lavatories can make it so much easier for any couple to prepare for work every morning.
Since Gerald and Rochelle's boys love anything related to the sea, it was important to have a nautical-themed kiddie room. The bedroom is defined by the blue-and-white palette, the ship-inspired bed frame, and the hand painted seaside mural.
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