Tuesday, June 19, 2012

How to Design a One-Bedroom Condominium Unit

Disclaimer: By no means am I an interior designer. But I am a decorating enthusiast. And a designer in our family=free interior decorator. It’s a win-win situation.  

When my older brother got his condominium unit in San Lorenzo Place, he assigned me to design it. It is located right in the middle of a central business district which means great views, high-rise buildings, and super expensive lot prices!

I can just imagine him, sipping his coffee right in front of his floor-to-ceiling window as he stares into the horizon. What. A. Life. Anyway, what do we have?

·      He got a 25.5 sq m one-bedroom unit. As I have mentioned, it is located in the heart of a business district. Space is precious. So we need to make use of the space wisely.
·      It is located at one of the upper floors. I think more than 30-storeys high up. Amazing view! Have I not said that enough?
·      It is fully-finished. We will make use of the same finishes. Got to use what we have.
·      Anyway, here is the floor plan provided by the developer. We will change it by the way.
 To be honest, I have never been to the site as it is still under construction although I have made my schemes. I will show it to you later.


  1. Hi, I'm looking for a designer that can design my cubao condo. Since its just small unit, I'm having a hard time thinking how it will look spacious. I hope you can show with me the actual image of your design.