Filipino Contemporary Designs for a Family Home
We have previously talked about a contemporary design for home that a local couple used to make their house look more inviting. True enough, it has turned their space into something that is elegant looking without sacrificing the place’s coziness.
But what is stated in the first article is not the only contemporary design for home the couple made use of. Here are more things you need to take a look at to know how Jen and Noel Diaz made their abode look more astonishing.
Note: Here’s our first part article.
Contemporary Design for Home as Suggested by the Diaz’s
<h3<>strong>The Pawikan Light
Lights are a fixture in anyone’s home. It’s a necessity. But it doesn’t mean that you can just put it up there and you can leave it as it is. Be more creative. Learn from this couple’s simple design tip. Pictured above, the turtle light fixture was bought in Cebu.
The Diaz children’s names are carved on the backrest of this wooden swing. You can do the same in your own place. It’s another contemporary design for home that is easy to follow yet definitely new and unique.
The den holds the entertainment set that is comprised of a flat-screen TV, an old record player, and an old stereo that was repurposed into a table. The chair is a reproduction of a Barcelona chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich.
Also in the den are vintage pieces like the storage chest used as a coffee table. The old camera was bought in a local shopping mall. For the seating, there is a reproduction Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman.
The powder room has a colorful sink that is a stand-out piece. Jen said her mother hand-carried this piece from Mexico. The sink is complemented with an ornate mirror.
The staircase is decorated with ceramic tiles. The railing is made of steel.
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