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8 Things to Love About Anne Curtis' House

Discover what impressed us the most in the personal space of the Kapamilya host, singer, and actress

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Photography: Rene Mejia

Before Anne Curtis moved into a condo unit in Makati City, she lived in a gated village south of Metro Manila. The property used to be ideal for her because it allowed her to cherish her peace and privacy. Because of the relaxing color palettetraditional design style, and the dainty and sweet details, the space also made her feel like a modern-day princess.

Read the original article in the YES! Celebrity Homes Special 2010. To download a digital copy of YES! Magazine, visit Summit Newsstand at  http://summitnewsstand.com.ph/yes-magazine.

The American Country Facade

Anne explains that every house in the subdivision should have an American Country feel. Her own home even has a charming white picket fence!

The Classic Look of the Interiors

Interior designers Ivy and Cynthia Almario furnished the living area with a fully upholstered sofa, Louis XV-inspired chairs, and a center table with cabriole legs

The Customized Pieces in the Dining Area

The dining area is filled with beautiful pieces especially made for the It's Showtime host. There is a crystal chandelier, dining chairs with solihiya details, and a hand painted sideboard used as a buffet table.

The Small and Simple Kitchen

White doors with glass panels lead to the modest and practical kitchen filled only with the essentials. 

The Four-poster Bed in the Master Bedroom

The most eye-catching piece in Anne's private space is the custom-made four poster bed draped with dreamy organza curtains.

The Clawfoot Bathtub in the En Suite Bathroom

To fit the elegant style of the traditional house, the master bathroom is completed with an old-fashioned clawfoot bathtub

The Audrey Hepburn Collection in the Study Nook

The whitewashed shelves with built-in lighting hold Anne's favorite Audrey Hepburn books and films

The Stone-lined Pathway in the Garden

Anne's garden has a stone-lined pathway, a vine-covered arch, and a comfortable bench perfect for relaxing.

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