INSIDE THE JAPANESE-THEMED SMART HOME IN RIDGEVIEW ESTATES, NUVALI
PROJECT LOCATION: Ridgeview Estates, Nuvali Laguna
THEME: Contemporary Japanese
Designer Margaret Manlutac utilized the first floor with an open layout. Popular in Japanese culture, this approach uses no wall partitions and allows the married couple to multitask. They can do chores in the kitchen while keeping an eye on their children who are playing in the living room. At the same time, they can entertain guests while cooking and preparing food.
The open layout also provides an unhindered pathway for both natural light and air to flood in. When the sun rays get too heavy, the beige toned curtains function as a fashionable drapery to block the heat.
Even in the absence of partitions, each space is still distinct on its own thanks to the alterations in elegant wallpapers.
The dining area is decorated with an abstract grey wallpaper that adds a trendy rustic touch to the wooden table set. Meanwhile, the living room’s accent wall is veiled by a high-end decorative wallpaper in natural stone style.
Dominating the Japanese aesthetic are the sophisticated earth-toned vinyl tiles. Incorporated into the ceiling and floor, they signify the peaceful lifestyle the young family wants to achieve.
HIGH-END SMART HOME IN LAGUNA
Alongside its stylish but humble look, our client’s household is equipped with the latest innovations.
From high-tech Japanese kitchen appliances to self-cleaning toiled bidets, our client realized some impressive investments. As residents enter the house, they can turn the lights on through their smartphones. Since it’s WiFi-enabled, physical contact is no longer needed.
To add convenience in the kitchen, Designer Marg opted for a touchless sink faucet. It boasts of a motion sensor that turns on and off automatically.
RELISHING CHILDHOOD IN HIGH REFUGE
Childhood is an exciting phase of life. It becomes even more exciting when you have something to climb on. For the kid’s room, our client chose a multipurpose loft. Unlike regular beds, the sturdy loft provides a more efficient boundary among rest, play, and study time.
The top bunk serves as a hidden bed where the kids can retreat at night. With the purpose of igniting the kid’s sense of wonder, Designer Marg and the team installed a galaxy themed wallpaper on the kid’s room ceiling.
It shimmers when the light is off and appears like little clouds when the sun is up. Through this creative renovation, the room becomes a perfect spot for the kids to imagine their own world.
Another interesting addition that Designer Marg added, are the chalkboard wallpapers. It spans throughout the lower part of the walls and creates a functional space where the boys could draw on.
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Designer Marg has a passion for creating elegant and functional spaces that bring joy and warmth to its dwellers. With her expert eye on design and cheerful personality, she can transform a lonely space into a charming and liveable haven.
Textures and vertical elements played the vital role for the small house to function with comfort and style. With the idea of nature in mind and a minimalist approach, I utilized Japanese wallpapers that boast nature’s elements on walls and on ceilings. “
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