There is a geometric lighting fixture that will make you feel relaxed. The owner wanted hard-edged patterns so the ceiling is filled with copper shards. The sculptural dining table and the kitchen counter are connected to each other. The bathroom door also serves as a shelf. The owner requested for more shelf space so the designer created storage spaces and open shelving.
The living area has the city layout. You will see a grey couch and indoor plants in the ceiling of the room. Feel the oasis ambiance with Peruvian fern, ivy, begonias, and a hidden floor lamp purchased from SM Home.
You will see the balcony where ginger, kamote, and tanglad are planted. See the different light facets in the protruding rocky texture in the wall. The owner requested for a contrasting texture for the softness of the balcony.
According to the owner, the bedroom is where God sleeps. The sun sets in the bedroom area. The designer used midnight blue for the walls and created drapes to block the windows. The bedroom tends to be really dark at night because there is no direct lighting. The room is designed to be a forest with wooden vertical trees standing.
The owner displays his collections in the bedroom such as a bull skull from Bali and some coral sculptures that are composed of resin. The items have an off-white color perfect for the room’s darkness.