Actor and businessman Marvin Agustin shared his 70s Bungalow house in White Plains, Quezon City. The house design was outdated so the actor decided to renovate the place. With the help of architect Cathy Saldaña, who co-designed Marvin’s restaurants, the house was given a new life.
The house underwent two renovations jobs. The house features wonderful paintings, live plants, and furniture that compliments the retro feel of the house. The interior design of the bungalow house is magnificent but wait until you see the backyard pool. Installed with a Color-Logic Pool LED lighting system that changes into five different colors, this place is breathtaking at night time.
Let’s take a tour and I hope you can get house design ideas as we feature Marvin’s humble abode.
The living area is very minimalist and features some furniture designs from Djer Paras and Budji Layug. The walls are painted in bluish-gray color and a huge painting hangs on the wall. The room set-up was inspired by a hotel in Paris. The dining area is just beside Marvin’s living room.
The house has a den in beige and brown color. A three-seater couch, armchair, and a painting of a vintage Volkswagen Beetle is present in this small room.
The dining area is a mixture of classic and modern design. The dining table is from Komodo, the leather-wrapped chairs, tall plant, and the drum pendant lamp, are from Kenneth Cobonpue.
The hallway is adorned with wonderful artworks and furniture.
The bedroom interiors are modern looking resembling a hotel suite. The room has a glass sliding door showing the view of the backyard and the outdoor pool.
“Modern, for sure. May pagka-Italian ’yong style. It’s going to be a two-story house,” he said.
“Masarap kasi na ’yong mga pieces na nasa bahay mo…through the years, naipon mo. Hindi ’yong parang ’binagsak ng designer o minadali para matapos. So, dahan-dahan. Konti-konti,” the actor answered when he was asked to describe his dream house.