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Go Tropical with Traditional Philippine Home Decor | NONAGON.style

From the high-pitched ceilings to woven storage baskets, we take a look at traditional Philippine home decor perfect for the summer.

It's been quite some time now since we've last checked in at the lovely Sonya's Garden Bed and Breakfast in Tagaytay. In as much as My Bibe. Modern Filipino Interior, Modern Interior Design, Filipino Architecture, Filipino House, Old House Design, Philippine Houses, Tagaytay, Spanish House, Inspired Homes

Sonya's Garden: Then and now, still heaven

It's been quite some time now since we've last checked in at the lovely Sonya's Garden Bed and Breakfast in Tagaytay. In as muc...

Wooden pieces abound in the home. The couch in one corner is perfect for quiet afternoons. The capiz windows work well with pieces while the vintage chandelier provides light during evenings. Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Architecture Design, Dream House Plans, My Dream Home, Filipino Interior Design, Future House, Filipino House, Asian Inspired Decor

Live well. Spend smart. The Philippines' Bestselling Home Magazine. | Real Living: The Philippines' Bestselling Home Magazine

Live well. Spend smart. The Philippines' Bestselling Home Magazine.

Turning Boholano: Cloribel House: A grand ancestral home Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Filipino Interior Design, Filipino House, Estilo Colonial, Philippine Houses, Filipino Culture, Tropical Interior, Indochine

Cloribel House: A grand ancestral home

The Cloribel House is located in Barangay Lourdes in Panglao Island, Bohol. It was built in 1926 by Gaudencio Cloribel, touted to be the first lawyer in Bohol and in the entire Visayas. To date, this ancestral home is still being used as vacation residence by some of Cloribel’s descendants who now live mostly in Manila. Other than the usual concrete reinforcements on the ground floor’s foundation, this bahay-na-bato has not undergone any major renovations. The well-crafted wooden scrollwork…