Siquya Heritage mansion, a classic Filipino Bahai na bato, home of former president Quirino, now a Museum, Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia

Siquya Heritage mansion, a classic Filipino Bahai na bato, home of former president Quirino, now a Museum, Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia

For that beach house we are also hoping and planning for

For that beach house we are also hoping and planning for

The traditional "bahay na bato" will remind you of the Spaniard's colonization era in the Philippines. This house is a modern take on what has become a fixture in the Filipino architecture is somewhat refreshing to the eyes but still has a touch of history.

Contemporary Filipino Furnishings Update a Bahay-na-Bato

Separate from the home, the dining pavillion is a bright and cheerful place. The colorful clay flooring, wooden chairs and tables reminiscent of colonial era furniture, floor to ceiling windows, and the pop of color from the blue shelves, all tied together give this room an offbeat, eccentric vibe.

An Extraordinary Bahay Kubo in a Modern Setting

Serving as the house's original living room prior to its renovation, the large foyer is furnished with several Spanish colonial furniture pieces. A gallinera, a butaca and a wicker chair provide more than ample seating space, while a baul is repurposed as a coffee table.

Tropical Filipino design for a Family Home

A butaca- wicker chair .inherited from my parents now in Imus, Cavite Made in Tonton, Lingayen, Pangasinan Philippine Hardwood Nara

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