271 Philippines Home Design Photos

Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name. Santos mahogany is frequently used as a flooring material due to its extreme toughness. Philippine mahogany is often turned into plywood
Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name. Santos mahogany is frequently used as a flooring material due to its extreme toughness. Philippine mahogany is often turned into plywood, known
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that Holly’s mother had bought a decade ago. To the right a stereo sits on a big slab of monkey pod wood that her grandfather brought back from the Philippines during his time in World War II as a supply officer on a ship. Holly and Shane bought the chandelier for $85 in Mexico; the moose antlers they picked
KTH Interior Design WorkKate Thornley-Hall
America and parts of the Philippines. The membrane on the back of each leaf is torn off to create a long and thin fiber. The light-colored fibers are dried and then used for craft products or dyed and woven into textiles. Tip: Handwoven raffia from Africa or the Philippines that has been yarn dyed prior
It's a vintage nassa shell lampshade from the Philippines. Similar ones can be found on eBay. I bought a new one for $40 in Mexico. You have to look around, but they're out there.
Chandelier from our beloved homeland.....the Philippines ;)
vintage nassa shell lampshade from Philippines
intage nassa shell lampshade from the Philippines
A vintage nassa shell lampshade from the Philippines. Similar ones can be found on eBay or in beachside trinket shops.
Most bamboo, it reminds me back home Philippines... Very nice and natural.
Great for the Philippines
Catherine's Hope, St. Croix, USVIDan Forer, Photographer
Bathroom idea for philippine house
Los Gatos ResidenceLizette Marie Interior Design
I can do this in the Philippines, yeah!
St. James Custom KitchenSouthport Cabinet Company
same layout as our kitchen in the philippines
Peter HasslerChris A. Dorsey Photography
If only fireplaces would make sense to have in the Philippines.
Belvedere LagoonSutton Suzuki Architects
For philippine house
W HouseRichlyn Custom Homes
potentially carribean. although I wouldn't use white in the Philippines. maybe muted pastel colors
I always love the nature ambiance from any wooden or rattan furnitures.. It's so heart warming like the weather in Philippines
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