Psychologists say that the way you dress reflects a lot about you. Key aspects of how a person dresses, such as color combination, style, and the amount of makeup on, reveal a great amount about their personality. It can tell a lot about a person’s background, social standing, aesthetic tastes, and even mood. A person’s physical appearance gives others a feel of who they are.
Just like how the simplest things tell a lot about a person, home decor and interior design reflect your personality as well. Although it can be based on trends, the way you design your home can tell a lot about you as it is human nature for man to shape his or her surroundings. The more time a person spends in his or her home, the more it mirrors traits about them.
Located within the country’s main rice-growing province is Ajoya Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija. It is a 19-hectare gated community that promotes a better living space for families through the open spaces within the community. Enjoy the flexibility of personalizing your home as Ajoya offers both stand-alone lots which you and your family can personalize from the inside out according to your needs and wants, and generously spaced houses whose large floor area gives you a lot of room to customize. Inspired by classic Filipino architecture, the houses come with ventanillas, which provide shade and ventilation. They also come with a porch so you can enjoy fresh air from the comfort of your home, allowing you to breathe in inspiration. Ajoya Cabanatuan’s house cuts range from 2 – 4 bedrooms ranging from 75 – 96 sqm, providing homebuyers an array of options depending on their lifestyle and needs.
With that much space, there’s a myriad of interior design concepts you can apply pertaining to your home. Below are several interior design choices you can explore with Ajoya Cabanatuan, and how it fits your personality and way of life.
It is one of the oldest and most commonly used designs based largely on 19th-century pieces. Often associated with European decor and integrated with French, English, and Middle Eastern design elements, this style is rooted in heritage and traditional shapes and figures. Commonly seen among traditional-themed houses are antiques. This concept mainly focuses on conscious layering, formality, and incorporating pieces with structure and symmetry.
This design is ideal for those who enjoy decorations with a long and rich history behind each piece. Because of it being a popular interior design choice that’s been passed down from generation to generation, people who live in houses with a Traditional interior are commonly seen as nostalgic about their childhood home. The sense of longevity brought by personal artifacts and classic pieces appeals to them. These are also the people who have deep connections and a good bond with their families.
Also known to many as Boho, it is a design concept that has been inspired by bohemians themselves, putting a strong emphasis on creativity being more valuable than money. The style’s main focus is pulling together natural and organic elements into a very layered and collected look. The style’s lack of structure is compensated by free flow layers of mostly rattan, bamboo, and textiles incorporated with bright and saturated colors. The style is very playful, exotic, and layered.
Based on the definition of the name itself, it is a contrast to the Traditional interior design and lifestyle choice. Where the former focuses on stability and celebrates financial security, the Boho design represents an alternate approach and places emphasis on substance and inner spirit. People who live in houses with Bohemian-themed designs tend to live a more liberated lifestyle and live life from a different yet refreshing perspective. They are socially unconventional and are more inclined toward arts. The choice of colors suggests their love for nature and warmth.
Eclectic interior design features a diverse yet curated mix of aesthetic and functional features. It is said to be a more refined take on the bohemian design. It is a mix of different visual elements such as prints, patterns, and textures. It shares the same color combination and curated aesthetic as boho-themed interiors. The difference is that pieces focus more on style and less on being organic. It is a collection of both aesthetic and functional features from different styles which may be difficult to pull off but works wonders when achieved correctly.
From the mixing and matching of different styles, the Eclectic concept is more about fun and freedom with a hint of responsibility. People who live in houses with Eclectic-themed designs are the kind of people who are usually labeled as those who have life planned behind their heads. The Eclectic style inhibits liberty with a sense of direction as you know what you want in life, and achieve them in your own way as that is how you express your individuality.
The Modern interior design features a style characterized by a monochromatic color palette, clean lines, minimalism, natural materials, and natural light. It is a contrast to the Bohemian and Eclectic theme. Its pieces refer to a historic aesthetic movement that was prominent during the early to the mid-20th century. The theme focuses more on a monochromatic color palette, clean lines, minimal aesthetic, and natural light. The concept is also rooted in square shapes and forms. Unlike its aforementioned counterpart, modern interior design does not feature many extra decorations.
There is a derivative of the Modern design known as Organic Modern. It shows a similar clean aesthetic and color palette but showcases layering a variety of neutral tones and textures instead of color to create interest. The style is filled with light-toned woods and textile paired with iconic lighting done is black brass on chrome. This approach is neutral but more inviting and casual.
With its characteristics, the modern style is associated with being cold, dark, and sterile. People who live in houses with Modern-themed designs are those who thrive on functionality and order. These are people who prioritize function over aesthetics. They are usually characterized as straightforward with a systematic mind that tends to veer away from nonsense and drama.
The Minimalist design is characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with color used as an accent. The design features a muted color palette and offers texture by using a variety of materials, such as timber, glass, pottery, cloth, and canvas. Its style is similar to Modern design but uses a refined and thorough selection of items, to fill the room. Usually, extra objects or layers are avoided.
The style focuses on the mantra “less is more”. People who live in houses with Minimalist-themed designs are those who are busy yet find time to keep things organized. So-called “minimalists” seek simplicity, usefulness, and clarity, which reflect their household’s design choice.
Your home is your place of self-expression. It is a representation of who you are and what people around see you as. Which of the following interior design concepts do you resonate with the most? What are the ones you’ll be applying to your home? Luckily, with Ajoya Cabanatuan’s lots and house unit options, you’ll be able to apply these design choices and express yourself truly.
Apart from having a myriad of lot cuts and house unit options available for you, it is also a masterful residential development. It is a master-planned community, as it promotes walking around in its greenbelts, pocket parks, and amenities, vecinos get a good sense of interaction with one another, allowing each one to inspire one another.
Its strategic location near schools, parks, malls, and business districts minimizes the time away from your home, giving you more time to accomplish more. Its accessibility through the Emilio Vergara Highway gives the property a great advantage as Ajoya Cabanatuan will harness the benefits of the government’s Build Build Build program once its infrastructures such as Central Luzon Link Expressway and North Luzon East Expressway are completed.
Being part of Central Luzon, the infrastructure boom will greatly benefit the properties in the region as more areas of interest will be more accessible along with commercial and business establishments. This also makes the property a good investment as the rise in developments means a rise in income and value for properties. This makes Ajoya Cabanatuan a wise choice as it is located within the region and will most likely have access to these developments.
If you’re interested in living in a property that inspires you to unleash your sense of expression, feel free to inquire on this web page: https://aboitizland.com/ajoya-cabanatuan/. If you’d like to take a virtual tour, click here: http://bit.ly/AjoyaCabanatuanVirtualTour. Learn more about living in a property that inspires your sense of expression. Visit Ajoya Cabanatuan’s model units.
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