Here Are 8 Rental Condos Designed For A Perfect Staycation!
The holiday season is fast approaching, and that means more days for vacation! While some are already booking their trips overseas or to another part of the Philippine archipelago, there are those who really can’t go too far because of, well, work. But a change of scenery is very much needed to keep yourself inspired. So here’s a list of 8 rental condos in the metro that you can book for a staycation over the holidays!
1 | The Minimal-Rustic Mancave
This minimalist rustic mancave is the perfect staycation spot for any busy bachelor. Designed by architects Patrick Espiritu and Spencer Sy, the heads of PXP Design Workshop Co., the unit features a dark color scheme composed of blacks and grays to anchor the space. Playing with the main elements of wood, metal, and a monochrome palette, PXP Design played with different textures to avoid making the space dull by mixing different shades.
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2 | A New York Flat
Led by architects Karl Contreras and Ritchie Dematera, the design of the unit took inspiration from the flats of Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York. The bedroom, living room, entertainment, and dining area all flow into each other in an open layout. Furniture pieces such as the bed and sofa were customized, with pieces and other accessories sourced from abroad, to perfectly fit the small space.
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3 | Luxurious Hotel Vibe
While this unit might not be a hotel, the treatment of the design was given the same attention by Primea Design. The 30-plus square meter unit is all about old school glamour with its wainscoting walls and the rich mix of emerald green and gold accents. It’s not what you would typically expect from a rental!
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4 | Tiny Scandi-Inspired Condo
The owners wanted their small rental unit to fit up to 5 people and to look easy on the eyes like the Scandinavian aesthetics, and Upcycle Manila delivered just that. The design studio custom-made every furniture in the condo: The hanging bar which can be folded in to make more space in the living space, the sofa with a pull-out bed, the entertainment system that can be rotated to whichever way you’re watching the TV from, and the beds with pull-out drawers in the sleeping area.
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5 | Japanese Zen Unit
To appeal to a wide range of possible renters, the architects kept the unit as neutral as possible.In terms of interior design, the Japanese design style is all about simplicity and minimalism. These two words greatly characterize this cozy and warm unit which is up for rent in Airbnb. In Japanese, Zen means meditation, relaxation,and balance.
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6 | The Tropical Escape
The space was dark, dated, and had lost its warmth as a home. But after the owners hired IxM Design Studio, a design collaboration between two best friends, Ira Pilario and Miriam Fetizanan, the space is transformed into a tropical oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle that is BGC. And unlike other rentals, the greens in this unit are real and far from faux.
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7 | A Contemporary Filipino Condo
Upon entry to this unit, you’ll be welcomed by the abundant light from the windows flooding the whole living space, and the warm tones of wood contrasting the cool-toned flooring and accentuating the ceiling. The space incorporates a harmonious mix of high-end and reupholstered pieces that evoke a typical Filipino home.
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8 | Tropical Minimalist
Upon turnover, the semi-furnished unit came with a sofa, a coffee table, and a queen-sized bed. But just as any other turnover units, it looked bare and boring. When the project commenced in April, the interior designer turned this 33.3-sqm unit into a fun living space full of tropical elements.