Take A Tour At Dawn Zulueta’s Traditional Style Family Home
Marie Rachel Salman Taleon-Lagdameo (born March 4, 1969), more known by her screen name Dawn Zulueta, is a Filipina film-television actress, host, and commercial model.
Zulueta holds the distinction of winning both the Filipino Academy of Movies Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards for Best Lead Actress (Hihintayin Kita sa Langit) and Best Supporting Actress (Una Kang Naging Akin) in 1991. She also won the Supporting Actress of the Year in the Film Academy of the Philippines for Una Kang Naging Akin. (a)
She was also declared by the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation Entertainment Award as the Box Office Queen of 1994 for starring in that year’s highest-grossing film: The Maggie Dela Riva Story…God Why Me?
The only person in Philippine movie history to ever bag two acting awards in a single ceremony from any awards night (Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress in the 1991 FAMAS Awards). (a)
(a) In 2010, Zulueta took the lead role in a stage musical, A Little Night Music. In 2011, she made a comeback television show the remake of Mula Sa Puso, which she’s plays Magda, who originally played by Jaclyn Jose.
She is married to Antonio Lagdameo, Jr. They have two children, Jacobo and Ayisha.
Before moving into a bigger home in Makati, actress Dawn Zulueta used to live in a high-rise unit in the same city with her husband Anton and their kids, Jacobo and Ayisha. While many would likely choose the modern and contemporary interiors, the couple chose a traditional look instead, with hand-me-down must-haves and statement furniture filling the space. (a)
With the help of architect and interior designer Chito Antonio, the three-bedroom home came to life with bold colors and interesting decor finds that will surely captivate guests.
An elegant setup by the entrance gives guests an idea of what to expect inside the unit. A vintage escritoire takes the spotlight with its dark wood finish and ornate details. It is paired with an equally sophisticated round mirror and framed works of art on the walls. (a)
The best thing about the escritoire is that it can also hold a vignette that can liven up a dull corner. In Dawn’s home, flowers, a lamp, and framed photos complete the setup. Depending on the look of your home, you can mix and match decor pieces, too.
(a) Remember that the entryway is the first thing that guests will see—make sure you create a lasting impression.
When the place was shot for the feature, it was ready for the holidays. Complementing the charming Christmas tree are the soft furnishings and accessories in maroon, a cream couch, and a large ottoman that functions as a coffee table.
An entertainment console designed by Anton the TV, curated decor, and more photographs.
(a) Although it’s a three-bedroom unit, it’s still vital for the owners to make the most of the available space. Instead of building walls or using tall dividers, the sofa and ornate chests help define one area from another. With this hack, they can still watch TV during meals or interact with guests during parties.
Don’t be deceived by the square six-seater dining table! It has hidden drop-leaf sides that can be raised to accommodate two extra guests.
The Lagdameos love to entertain and it’s only fitting that they have enough space to welcome friends for casual get-togethers. A lovely chandelier with mini lamp shades hangs above the dining set
A console table by the window in the dining area holds a unique lamp with a base sculpted from marble. Under the table is a sarimanok wooden sculpture by National Artist for the Visual Arts, Abdulmari Imao. (a)
Since Dawn and Anton find joy in cooking, the kitchen needs to be a bright and happy place. Cabinets are in a vibrant shade of yellow, while the countertop and backsplash feature hints of gray. The steel appliances and extra work area make meal preparation easier. We especially love the wooden piece in the middle with its extra compartments—it not only serves as an additional work area, it lends warmth to space, too.
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