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Home Ideas in the Philippines

Updated: Aug 23, 2023

Ever dream of achieving a cozy feeling at home? Whether you’re decorating your newly bought property or just doing a re-do, now is definitely the perfect time to mix and match designs, ornaments, tones, and decor. You can achieve the interior design of your dreams by just looking at the actual model units from various condominiums in the Philippines and you can order the furniture online so you won't have to leave your house. Fantastic right? No need to waste your time by browsing pinterest and sourcing out the materials from different suppliers coz we’ve got you covered! However, if you’re still in a hunt for a property might as well check out Signet Properties to find the next home that you’re going to design. Other than pinterest, Signet Properties is a promising platform where you can browse realistic properties with their model unit fitted out as fully or semi-furnished, unfurnished and even bare units that you can customize your own. No matter your situation, we’re here to help you find the interior design style that suits your future home. Below, we’ve compiled an overview of eight popular interior design styles with realistic property examples in the Philippines.

Top 8 Home Idea Styles

1. Mid-Century Modern

We all know that the 1950s and 1960s produced more iconic designs than any other decade. It's understandable why the midcentury look is timeless and is still very popular today. Well, the secret to this design includes clean lines, muted tones, a combination of natural and manmade materials, graphic shapes, vibrant colors, and integrating indoor and outdoor motifs. If you have all that in your checklist, your house is set to be a Mid-Century Modern home. Empress at Capitol Commons: With wellness and health in mind. Its color, architecture and interior was meticulously planned to create calming and relaxing common spaces that reduces stress and improves mood. Aside from that it incorporates natural materials and furniture to feel the nature in the center of a bustling city. This makes this home a perfect place to settle within the Metro.

2. Contemporary

Less is always more. A contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines. This Interior tends to showcase space rather than things. Things that are modern and current with the styles of the moment are what makes more contemporary style. The Skysuites Tower: Exquisitely elegant furniture and minimal decorations, designed with contemporary lush interior and fine attention to detail which offers a generous amount of space.

3. Minimalist

Stripping all things down to their basic form is the main concept of Minimalism. It has gained a lot of popularity because it not only helps you declutter and organize your home, but it can also help you save money and time. This type of interior is similar to modern interior design and involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. It's characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with color used as an accent. Hana Garden Villas: A perfect example for a minimalist home. Its concept design is centered on the needs of the family for spaces for bonding moments as well as generous spaces for welcoming guests.

4. Industrialist

At its core, the industrial style relies on incorporating building materials into the room. Exposed rafters, reclaimed wood, iron, brick, concrete, all are staples within this style. Spaces should have an open floorplan, like the factories they're inspired by.

The Rise Makati: With this design you can feel the blend of various rustic materials in furniture and the lighting accents provide homeowners the opportunity to bring industrial interior design into any living space.

5. Scandinavian

Emphasizes a minimalistic style using a blend of textures and soft hues to make sleek, modern decor feel warm and inviting. It highlights clean lines, utility, and simple furnishings that are functional, beautiful, and cozy. The secret to what makes it so aesthetically pleasing is its lack of clutter. Shang Residences at Wack Wack: designed to feature a stunning facade, in an enviable location making it a dream for every urban dweller. By just looking at the materials used you’ll be able to feel warm and cozy.

6. Muji

Heard about how Japanese designs their home? Well, muji is a Japanese concept that embodies an exquisite and minimalist living room style, influenced by the Japanese Zen religion. It is characterized by sleek minimalistic features, lots of organic elements, and subtle yet interesting hints of iconic design features. The Seasons Residences: This property is the first to incorporate a Japanese style condo in the Philippines. This design clearly makes use of wood, organic materials, and simple hues. In this modern Japanese home you can be able to feel the balance between functionality and aesthetics and you don’t need to travel to Japan with this kind interior.

7. Rustic

Rustic interiors are defined by ruggedness and letting natural beauty shine. The focus is to create a relaxing atmosphere by highlighting the use of wood, stone, leaves, and other organic elements. Rather than worry about perfect lines, rustic allows the character of each piece to stand out. Maven at Capitol Commons: this high-rise masterpiece is designed with rustic influences. If you’re into ruggedness this interior design is perfectly built for you.

8. Bohemian

In recent years, the boho aesthetic has become more and more popular and has even entered many of our homes. The term "Boho," which is short for "Bohemian," refers to a free-spirited aesthetic that combines various cultures and artistic expressions into an eclectic style with a focus on natural elements and the outdoors. It is highly recommended that you mix patterns, metals, woods, materials, animal hides, and souvenirs from your travels when designing your boho-style space. Astela Circuit Makati: It higlights a feast of meticulous design focusing on effortless living and personal expression. It has a hint of boho decor which makes its home-owner feel the energy expressing their personality and artistic side.

With careful space planning, your unit may have a strong sense of form and function which makes them look more appealing and practical. That is why interior design is important because who wouldn't want to live in their ideal home? One that satisfies your needs and offers a comfortable ambience for you and your family where you can express your aspirations and enjoy a lifestyle that you have always envisioned for yourself. View properties that are similar to your ideal home and compare them by space, furnishing type, interior design and price. This might be difficult but it can be a clinch by visiting Signet Properties. It also provides assistance in finding your ideal home. Other than browsing through their website, they also have a customer support team that can call you from time to time, ask for your preferences such as the property type and your budget range, and then look for properties that will suit you best. They can then introduce you directly to the property salesperson or owner, with whom you can negotiate and purchase the property.


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