MONTE CARLO: Natural, Effortless Elegance, Comfort, and Style
INSPIRATION and play are very important elements when creating a living space that is truly your own. Why? That's because sometimes, the process of pursuing "elegance and style"-if that is how you imagine your home's interiors-should be an enjoyable experience in itself. A sense of joy and, ultimately, comfort, should be priorities. After all, your home is not simply a showroom.
- (1888PressRelease) August 03, 2012 - So how do you showcase your excellent taste without overdoing it--and without the unnecessary pressure? Well, we can all learn something from the model living room, bedroom and dining areas put on show by The Monte Carlo, one of five residential towers of Sta. Lucia Residenze rising at the juncture of the progressive cities of Marikina, Pasig and Antipolo, and the municipality of Cainta.
The living room, bedroom, and dining room are a mix of modernity (with its solid shapes and sharp, straight lines) with touches of Renaissance-and-French boudoir-inspiration in the furnishings. Everything adds up to a very comfy elegance with luxe touches. The soft velvet couch and pillows and black-lacquered center table immediately set the mood. Nothing is forced-you feel that elegance and style, combined with homey comforts, is your birthright; the most natural thing in the world for you.
The warm, dark shades of the furnishings are set off by the light-colored, neutral hues of the walls and wooden flooring. This lovely contrast between light and dark is aided by the square lamp at the side table by the couch and the bottle-shaped lamp on the center table. The orchid adds a nice, playful touch, balancing the fulcrum that balances the modern and Renaissance elements.
This balance is highlighted notably at the dining areas, where the brown, velvet chairs combine with the contemporary, nearly industrial look of the dining table. The warm, wood-paneled wall with mirrors and shelves complete the theme.
The contemporary-styled bedroom uses a color and shade palette consistent with the living room and dining room areas-and it's a good move to keep the bedroom's look as simpler and less luxurious by comparison. The effect is more private and more relaxing, perfect for sleeping or spending a lazy day at home, away from the stress of everyday life.
Elegance, comfort, and style: elements that agree with the Monte Carlo's overall design concept. The Monte Carlo, which is set for completion by 2014, is just the first among the five towers of the Residenze, a premier residential and commercial development by Sta. Lucia, the most trusted developer in the country.
All in all, the Residenze offers prestige and exclusivity within your reach, as well as well as all the conveniences of modern living. It is conveniently close to shops and centers of recreation, wellness and entertainment, as well as to churches, universities and colleges.
The Monte Carlo at the Residenze is owned and developed by Sta. Lucia Land Inc., one of the pioneering and most trusted developers in the Philippines. Architectural design is by W.V. Coscolluela and Associates while interior design is by Songsong & Periquet.