10 Popular Celebrity Homes In The Philippines

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Nothing beats the comforts of a nice home. As an ordinary citizen, I have always wondered what the houses of the celebrities look like inside, and what tips I could get from them. Some owners believe in Feng Shui. Some refer from magazines, and internet. Now, let’s have some inspiration from our favorite celebrities as we go along. In this list, we featured 10 beautiful homes owned by some of today’s most in-demand celebrities.

Clean and Streamlined Look for Pauleen Luna’s Quezon City Home
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The living room highlights earth tones and monochromatic hues with a couple of chrome home accents adding a unique modern touch.
See more photos and view the full home here: http://www.realliving.com.ph/homes/clean-and-streamlined-look-for-pauleen-luna-s-quezon-city-home

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Sophisticated Style for Bea Alonzo’s Quezon City House
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Bea’s house is a mix of the old and the new, the traditional and the modern. With the help of interior designer Jeizele delos Reyes-Go, she was able to achieve the space that she wanted: a home that showcases the sophistication of hotels, the coziness of Asian resorts, and the “bling” factor from glossy finishes.

Modern Pieces Fill Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez Alcasid’s House
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Ogie and Regine’s three-storey modern contemporary house designed by Architect Anthony Nazareno and interior designers Cynthia and Ivy Almario highlights a clean and minimalist look complemented by prized pieces by renowned Filipino artists like Ann Pamintuan and Kenneth Cobonpue

Modern Furniture Pieces Liven Up Gerald Anderson’s Bachelor Pad
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Acquiring a property from his showbiz earnings is a milestone for Gerald Anderson. He was very hands-on with the project, providing photos and ideas to incorporate in his home. When Architect Noel Lardizabal Tugas completed the house, the actor tapped interior designer Anla Li-Tan to help renovate and decorate the space.

Colorful Eclectic Style Reigns in Kris Aquino’s Condo
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Before moving into her country-cottage home, the Queen of All Media used to live in One Roxas Triangle, an exclusive high-rise residential building in Makati. The adjacent units that she shares with her sons Josh and Bimby were designed by interior designers Cynthia and Ivy Almario. Both units are filled with bright colors, bold patterns, and oversized furniture pieces.

Repurposed Pieces Complete Bianca King’s Shabby Chic Townhouse
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In sprucing up her two-bedroom, two-bathroom property, Bianca followed the shabby chic design concept popularized by British interior designer Rachel Ashwell. The actress paired her parents’ well-loved furniture pieces with antiques and thrift store finds.

Modern Contemporary Style for Manny Pacquiao’s Los Angeles Home
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In 2008, the People’s Champ acquired a two-storey, four-bedroom house located in an upscale neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. While his General Santos City mansion highlights classic European touches, his LA house showcases a sleek and modern style complete with fun and colorful accents.

A Cozy and Comfortable Home for Direk Wenn Deramas
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Direk Wenn gave the architect of his house a free reign in terms of choosing the perfect style for his three-storey property. He simply asked for a home theater, a big bathroom, and a big bedroom with a spacious terrace.

Modern Asian Look for Dingdong Dantes’s Penthouse
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After years of occupying the 300sqm penthouse of a low-rise residential building that his grandfather Enrique Gonzales built, the recently married Kapuso leading man asked architects Ria and Glen Malig of Gamaconstruct to turn it into a Modern Asian bachelor pad. The home highlights a calming exterior while art pieces and collector’s items are found throughout the space.

Earth Colors Complete Marvin Agustin’s Modern Asian Home
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The house design followed the sleek and masculine theme of Marvin’s previous condominium in Mandaluyong. Timeless pieces of furniture worked well with the home’s retro structure while pieces by famous artists were paired with statement plants, including sculptural yucca trees that give a tropical feel.marvin

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