RL Picks: Top 8 Filipino Bedrooms
Indigenous materials and wooden details for the private spaces in your home
In decorating, you can choose Philippine designs to reflect our country’s culture and traditions. Using native materials is also a great way to support the local industry and create a warm, inviting appeal in your personal sanctuary.
To inspire you to spruce up your home with classic Pinoy touches, here is a list of our favorite Filipino bedrooms:
The master bedroom is furnished with a “floating” bed. The base is tapered, giving the illusion of a suspended bed. A glass etching of a Philippine shell serves as the focal point in the space.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-two-storey-house-with-proud-filipino-design
Since the condo unit is on the 40th floor, the master bedroom is fitted with clear glass windows so that the homeowners can appreciate a picturesque view of the surrounding area.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/wooden-interiors-and-warm-details-in-a-prime-condo-unit
For the main bedroom, Michelle accentuated the capiz windows with custom-made beige beaded curtains. The no-fuss bedroom seems to reflect the couple’s simplicity.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/contemporary-filipino-furnishings-update-a-bahay-na-bato
Traditional Filipino furniture pieces fill this well-appointed bedroom. On the bedside table, a unique lampara provides lighting and decor. The tall orchid plant adds an organic element to the space.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/tropical-filipino-design-for-a-family-home
In line with the ancestral theme of the home, the master bedroom is dominated by brown shades and wooden details. The space is adorned with unpolished brass and woven materials.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/antique-pieces-add-vintage-charm-to-a-new-house
In the master bedroom, the homeowners used an Ifugao wall carving from Baguio as a headboard.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/a-modern-tropical-house-filled-with-natural-elements
In the bedroom, soft blue walls are a soothing sight to behold at the end of a long and tiring day. It makes the space the perfect spot for deep and fulfilling slumber. The room is filled with more antique furniture and accessories.
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/antique-pieces-and-tropical-touches-in-a-national-artist-s-home
In the master bedroom, the four poster bed is from Orientique Furniture and Carpets, a furniture shop that sells pieces from Indonesia. The wooden chest with mother-of-pearl inlay at the foot of the bed was purchased in Zamboanga in the 1970s. (Orientique can be found at 2 Pines St., Mandaluyong City).
See more photos and view the full home here: https://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/recycled-wood-completes-a-modern-tropical-house-in-quezon-city