The Philippines has a colorful, rich, and diverse culture. In fact, many foreigners from different sides of the world visit the country and experience this for themselves, not to mention those who decided to stay for good. Aside from those attributes, we also have lovely and talented locals. Filipino painters, in particular, love to do paintings depicting Filipino life and tradition as it is more real and fascinating.
If you are planning to decorate your home with beautiful paintings, then you would consider getting some tips from some of our local celebrities on how to decorate your home.
Korina and Mar Roxas has a wonderful 400sqm home in Makati. White and black colors dominated the interior design of the house. The wonderful paintings are placed on the walls of the living room, dining area, and bedroom. Nude sketches are made by famous Filipino artists which can also be seen in the powder rooms of the house.
National Artists for Visual Arts Fernando Amorsolo, BenCab, Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Jose Joya, Onib Olmedo, and Malang are some of the works you can find in their humble abode.
Grace Poe has a beautiful heritage house in Quezon. A Sarimatok painting of National artist Abdulmari Imao is present in the house. A mother and child artwork by Ed Castrillo is placed in the console table, with a painting background and antique vases that complete the vintage look of the receiving area.
Coco Martin is one of the famous celebrities with great pieces of artwork placed neatly inside the house. The living area features a gold-like commissioned piece by Trek Valdizno and it matches the elegant furniture in the room.
Some abstract paintings are also placed on the walls of Coco’s bedroom.
The house of the famous TV host Kim Atienza features many great works of art. Alfredo Esquillo’s Pagkaupos, Inspirasyon, Pagsusuka is one of the beautiful paintings that is being displayed in the living area.
Janice de Belen
The actress’s house is full of amazing paintings from famous painters and even upcoming artists. Beautiful masterpieces from Robert Shook, JJ Zamoranos, Mendoza, and many more are visible in the living area, library, and even in the walls of the staircase.