A Peek Into Angeline Quinto's New Home Design: 'Para Sa Baby Talaga Priority'The singer is downsizing and moving to a smaller house.by Angela Baylon .
It goes without saying that being a mom or dad changes you in more ways than one. Having children recalibrates your life compass. You're on a new journey with different priorities and even bigger goals. The same can be said about soon-to-be mom Angeline Quinto.
Angeline, 32, is set to move into a new house—her first home with her own family. It's a downsize from where she previously stayed, but the singer-actress is now opting for a more minimalist and simpler life as she embraces motherhood.
The smaller space is also not stopping Angeline from getting into her full-on nesting phase. In preparation for the arrival of her and her non-showbiz partner's little one, the singer-actress is getting the three-story house renovated with the help of interior designer Nicole Tan.
"Homey and cozy lang talaga 'yung house na gusto natin simple lang din because Angeline wants to downsize and simplify her life kaya din ang daming liveselling kasi nagbabawas ng gamit," Nicole shared.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
In her latest Youtube vlog, she shared the rendered designs they wanted to incorporate to their family home. Angeline says, "Ang gusto ko talaga sa isang bahay, since hindi naman ito kasing laki nung bahay na katulad... kung san ako tumira before, ang gusto ko lang maging maaliwalas tingnan.
She adds, "At siyempre dahil magkakaroon nga ako ng sarili kong family ko, para sa baby talaga 'yung priority namin para sa bahay na 'to."
Safety For Baby
Making the home a safe space for their baby boy is a priority for Angeline. With this in mind, she opted for a stair railing design that minimizes the risk of possible accidents.
"Lalo magkaka-baby ako, mas mabuti na mas safe. Kasi 'yung nakaraan nakita natin may space talaga na pwedeng lusutan ng bata," she said about the new design.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Angeline also gave a glimpse into how they will transform an empty room to become her son's nursery. The overall design takes inspiration from the tropics and is peppered with animal elements.
The crib also features a pull-out bed which she says, "pwedeng gamitin ng magbabantay kay baby." The nursery also has an en suite walk-in closet for clothes and other baby items.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Angeline also epxresses how much she looks forward to see how her first family home will turn out. She shared, "Alam niyo sa totoo lang, minsan kapag hindi ako nakakatulog, ewan ko ba kapag malikot ang baby sa tiyan, tinitingnan ko lang 'yung mga design na pinakita nila sakin. Na-e-excite kasi talaga ako sobrang excited ako na magawa lahat."
Below are more design plans for the other spaces around Angeline's new house.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
How To Prepare House With Arrival Of A Newborn
Are you an expecting mom like Angeline? If you're counting the days before meeting your little one, here are 10 things you should check before welcoming the newest member of your family.
- Evaluate the safety of your home (place cleaning solutions, Keep tiny things, sharp objects, medicine, glass products, electric items, and other similar items out of reach of your child.)
- Do a deep cleaning.
- Clear out your counters to make space for baby items like bottles, bottle racks etc.
- Create space in your fridge.
- Prioritize cleanliness.
- Prepare and put essential baby items in place.
- Wash store-bought baby clothes, which can contain different kinds of allergens.
- Ensure your baby's room is well-ventilated.
- Rethink your spaces and invest in more efficient storage.
- Be prepared for stains and daily mess.
It's okay if your house is not always sparkling clean, but it pays to prioritize keeping spaces where you're tending your child clean and organized. Don't be afraid or hesitant to ask for help when tasks pile up.
Read here more tips on how to make your space more baby-friendly.
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