UZ: Tagaytay weekend home

Hello friends! I’ve missed you. Sorry for taking that long break. We are THIS close to turning over and moving into our new site. I didn’t realize how tedious it could be. Plus I’ve been learning new skills that I’ll be applying to the new site. It’s like learning a new language, literally. And I’m having a hard time retaining the info unless I practice everyday. Yikes.

So in the meantime I’m back here in LJ to give you a few updates… because I’ve missed you all.

Here are a few photos from last week’s UZ shoot. This is a weekend home in Tagaytay. The owners wanted something that looked playful and fresh. The exterior of the house was dictated upon by the developers – all country-ish. So Mark Madolaria (interior designer) used that basic idea as well.

 

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Lovely climate in Tagaytay.

 

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All the homes had this character.

 

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Setting the tone at the front entrance.

 

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With Mark Madolaria, the interior designer.

 

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Living and dining areas.

 

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Dining area. Yellow was the main colour.

 

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A couple of wing chairs by the side of the stairs. Nice use of those see-through acrylic nesting tables.

 

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Most of the furniture came from Heima store.

 

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They added new floors – engineered wood floor boards. The original floor was indoor/outdoor tiles.

 

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Bedroom of teenage girl. She wanted something inspired by glam Barbie.

 

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Bedroom of older sister. She wanted “Tiffany blue.”

 

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Everything was new.

 

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Mother’s bedroom. Very cute.

 

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Wingchair from Heima. It’s called “Holly Parrot.”

 

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Interiors by Mark That Space.

 

 

 

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