In an age where more and more homeowners experiment with modern home decor, Dawn Zulueta and her family choose otherwise. Here at their home in Makati, the family of four prefer a more traditional route complete with antique furniture pieces with character and quirks of its own.
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This old-fashioned, cabinet in their living room holds the couples’s favorite wines. It also doubles as a full-length mirror. So functional!
Save for an iPhone, Dawn’s work space proudly boasts “of little to no technology”.
When she’s not busy acting or hosting, Dawn enjoys taking the time to spruce up home. One time, after a visit to W/17, Dawn put together this floral arrangement and set of Ostrich eggs to place on her coffee table.
Earlier this year, Dawn was on a mission to spring clean her house. She shared videos with her Instagram followers of the knick knacks she unearthed.
First invented in the '70s, “Mastermind” is a true classic puzzle game.
And in this post, Dawn explained just how her novelty clock works.
She’ll even take time out of her busy schedule to tend to her hobbies—especially sewing. The design of this cushion came from a tapestry sewing kit that you can get online when you search #needlepointkits.
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Her home may have antique items, but the place has got plenty room for newer toys and games, too! That's Dawn and her kids in an all-out NERF war.
This video just shows how and where the Lagdameos spend their weekends.
And just when we thought her pad couldn't get any cooler, she proves that her space has plenty of room for many guests as they want. Here's the happy family and their close friends having a delicious, healthy feast care of Dawn’s politician husband, Anton Lagdameo.
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