Here is the jaw-dropping glass house of Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna.
Married and real-life celebrity couple Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna’s 2-storey house in an exclusive village in Laguna will surely make your jaw drop.
Vic Sotto and his wife Pauleen Luna are just two of the hardworking celebrities of the entertainment industry.
And their hard-earned money is absolutely evident on the things and the kind of lifestyle that they have.
One of their investments is their jaw-dropping glass house in an exclusive village in Laguna.
Take a look at some parts of the house below:
Merely the facade of the house shows what it is really made of – glass, that would definitely catch so much attention from the passersby.
“Kung mapapansin mo, wala masyadong burloloy. Ayoko ng magulo. E, kasi, ‘yong huling bahay ko, ang gulo e. Ang dami kong gamit, kasi may pagka-hoarder ako e,” Vic shares.
To achieve a homey ambiance, they settled on a contemporary theme or a mix of influences instead of going to a solid modern theme.
This area is noticeably bright for Pauleen does not want to have a dark and gloomy home.
The spacious kitchen contains tons of drawers, and a cabinet for essentials to keep it spotless.
This is located on the first floor which features a tufted bench, an abstract diptych by Paulina Sotto, and scented candles to bring a calming vibe.
First Guest Room
The inviting room is actually for their future children but for now, their friends are welcome to stay in their abode.
Second Guest Room
Just like the first one, it is furnished with a bed highlighting a wingback headboard, a mirrored closet, and the dominance of neutrals.
From the veranda is where they can relax while appreciating the view of a golf course in the subdivision and the swimming pool below.
Their lanai is perfect for the get-togethers of their clan.
The swimming pool’s length does not exceed 10 meters and it is of varying depth.
What can you say about this?
Source: Real Living
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