The rise of local content creators has skyrocketed in the past years and with it comes the fruit of their hard-earned work. They provide us with entertaining and inspiring content and they deserve all the opportunities they receive for their efforts. If you’re curious to see beyond your favorite creator’s YouTube setup or want a reminder to keep working hard, here are some local YouTuber house tours to inspire you:
It’s ya girl Mimiyuuuh’s much-awaited house tour! From a viral challenge filmed in her living room to collaborations with various big brands, we’ve seen the well-deserved growth of Mimiyuuh the past year, and her first priority is giving back to her family. She finally moved to a new home and as she said, it felt like home the first time she visited. Sana halls, Japanese yung toilet! And yes, her iconic Lucky Star cabinet is still in her room.
This house isn’t exactly the cosplay queen’s home but it’s owned by one of her friends. Nestled on a hill overlooking Cebu City, this home is really worthy of being called an Iron Man house as it maximizes technology. Tasks like opening blinds and even the pool’s lights are all voice-activated via Alexa, and the owner has a basement man cave solely for gaming. Honestly, you would think you’re at a PC café but nope, it’s just a friend’s home.
Popularly known as the “Skypod”, this stunning glasshouse nestled on a mountain is blogger Kryz Uy and Slater Youg’s dream home. It’s designed to feel like a cabin, but it’s so modern: tall glass windows for natural light and high ceilings for more open space. Though it’s an uber futuristic house, the Skypod still utilizes pieces found in a classic Pinoy home. They used jalousie windows in their living room for added ventilation! If you want to see snippets of its construction, the couple also has vlogs showing its progress.
Team Payaman, unite! This house tour is actually a house Viy bought for her parents so we’ll have to wait for a while to see Cong and Viy’s dream home. Nonetheless, Viy’s gift to her parents just goes to show how appreciative she is and what her priorities are: to give back to her family. It’s such a sweet gesture and serves as an inspiration to everyone!
Mommy and beauty vlogger Anne Clutz and her family have moved to their “forever home”. After months of renovation, the house follows a palette consisting of black, white, and brown, which are all pleasing to the eyes. Anne also included pops of yellow around the house as it’s her favorite color! Unlike most house tours where there’s a secondary kitchen for cooking, Anne Clutz utilizes her gorgeous kitchen to the fullest!
Though Lloyd has already moved to a new home with the iconic Toblerone stairs before his passing, let’s pay tribute to the house that started it all. The home painted in bright pink has seen our beloved Lloyd’s humble beginnings and growth. Remember when they would move their appliances during the rainy season because of the waist-deep flood? All of his iconic vlogs and skits were also filmed here! If you’re curious to see his new home, Lloyd also made an empty house tour of it.
Architect reacts to his own house – wait what? Known for his viral videos where he reacts to various Pinoy celebrity and vlogger homes, Architect turned vlogger Lian Austria has finally reacted to his own. Papasa kaya ito sa mata ng isang arkitekto? Of course, because he designed it! The reaction video was also made to identify and learn from his past mistakes in design, which just shows how passionate he is for improvement. Actually, this isn’t his home anymore; his family turned the property into a guest house. If you’re a fan of Lian and plan on visiting Baguio, why don’t you stay here instead?
If you’re curious about a certain beauty or skincare product, you’ve probably seen one of Raiza Contawi’s reviews first before purchasing. Or you probably bought a product because it was recommended by her (nabudol lang, ganon). The popular beauty vlogger has found a new home too, and it’s huge AF with a whopping three floors. Since this will not be their permanent home, Raiza plans to follow an IRL The Sims where you furnish the house little by little. After all, good things take time!
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