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An Irreverent Take

We’re very design-oriented,” says content creator and style maven Camille Co-Koro, describing how she and her husband, Joni, are always in-sync in many things, especially when it comes to aesthetics, including designing their home. The couple tied the knot last year and found a property for their first home while preparing for their wedding. “I was always travelling. When Joni found this, I was abroad. He just took and sent me videos,” Co-Koro says, sharing that between the two of them, her husband is the one who’s more meticulous in finding the perfect house. “He’s very particular about everything. He has high standards, so I just trusted him,” she adds.

The house, which they eventually renovated together, stands out among a row of classic-style residences on the block with its [weaving pattern for rattan] with modern pieces,” sharing her fondness for their bed—another one of her favourites—made by a local manufacturer, Artesania. Adding to her local furniture collection is a beautiful number that also highlights the beauty of solihiya: the Cathedral cabinet designed by Nix Alanon in collaboration with South Sea Veneers for Design Commune from last year’s Manila FAME.

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