Monday, February 27, 2017

My Minimalist House Part 2



A lot of people have been e-mailing me about the continuation of my house (because they saw stairs daw ) so here it is.


Note: M.O emailed me asking questions about house construction,  prices and such. I'll try and answer those questions in my next post. (Hey girl, I hear 'ya! Sorry I have been so busy lately.) 

Note 2: This is not yet the finish product. I still have a lot of things to get rid of, furniture to add, etc. I can't do it at once so it might take some time. After all, it's a process, right?


Let me begin with the view from my rooftop: 


People always gasp at the view.
I consider myself lucky!



Pano
First Door: My Room
Next: Hallway that leads downstairs, Farthest is my brother's room
Second Door: My closet
Third Door (open): Second Bathroom (first bathroom is downstairs)



The Hallway
Pretty empty, huh?
Planning to put an altar here




My Bedroom
If I have the choice, I would buy white bed sheets. I will wait until it breaks before buying new one





This is where I work.
I still write my goals and dreams!

The Blackout Curtain
It was customized. Just bought materials and let someone sew it because Blackout curtains are pretty expensive




Left: The Office Supply/ Library
Right: My Bro's room




The room beside my brother's room, which leads to the balcony
I made it into a office supply/library





Books and Office Supply
Have to go through all my books pa
Do you have any idea where to sell second hand books here in Cebu?


My brother's room.
Pretty minimal too!




My Closet
My goal is to fit all my clothes in that cabinet.
Getting there!





My Bathroom





I got rid of so much stuffs.
No more toner for me.
Goal: to finish the sunblock, perfume, lotion and petroleum jelly and switch to natural one





Bathroom





The rooftop
Presenting, The Baby Girl: Pepper
Far right: Starting up a new rooftop garden. Still trial and error stage






The Baby Girl: Pepper Potts





Their Playground








The Sunrise











6 comments:

  1. Wow. More posts like this please.
    My favorite part I have to say is definitely the rooftop.

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  2. You have a beautiful house, Maria. Thank you for touring us around your abode. I like how refreshing it is. Free of clutters and stuff. As always, you inspire me in so many ways. I look forward to your next post about the house construction and expenses.

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  3. You are such an inspiration, Ms. M! Thank you for this! More post, please! :D God bless you more!

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  4. hey girl! really nice view at the top! congratulations!
    no hurry to reply M.O., she can wait, still saving and planning ;)

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  5. Ang ganda na! Waiting for the time you develop that rooftop garden as well.

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  6. Wow Maria how nice your house!! it's so BIG! I love how clutter free it is. Me thinks I wanna move to Cebu as well :p Can't wait to read your post about the expenses and budget for that house. You inspire me! missed you!--Kath :)

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